Eugene Palmer’s Grandchildren Awarded his Estate

New York State Supreme Court Justice Gerald Loehr ruled in court that the estate of missing Eugene Palmer, who is under indictment for second-degree murder for the killing of his daughter-in-law Tammy Palmer, will go to his two grandchildren. Loehr ordered that credible evidence proves Tammy Palmer was killed by her 73-year old father-in-law and the $2.150 million from his accounts and properties will be split between Tammy Palmer’s children with Palmer’s son, who are 13 and 17 for their college funds and future needs. On September 24, 2012 Eugene was accused of shooting tammy on his property before disappearing. Police found his truck in a fire break in Harriman State Park, where his family believes he has since died from several health issues he faced, including a heart condition, diabetes, and dementia.

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