G. McConway
September 11, 2023

Woman Found Dead Outside NYC Waterfront High-rise

The upscale Schaefer Landing North is starting to get a very bad reputation.

A woman was found dead, lying face down, outside the property on Sunday morning.

Authorities stated that she was lying in a pool of blood, with apparent trauma on her arm. The cause of death is still being investigated, reported the New York Post.

Horrible Discovery

The woman, who has not yet been identified, was found around 8:45 a.m. EDT on Sunday morning.

Paramedics were called to the scene, and she was pronounced dead about 30 minutes later.

The building, located at 440 Kent Avenue in the Williamsburg section of New York, is the same building where "The Wire" Actor Michael K. Williams was found dead from an overdose.

Williams was a beloved actor, best known for playing the role of Omar on "The Wire."

Omar was a gay, hardcore thug, who ripped off drug dealers, making even the hardest criminals fear him when they heard him whistling.

The show was a massive hit, showing the underbelly of Baltimore.

Williams won the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series in 2007 for his role in the show.

Williams was found dead on September 6, 2021, when his nephew entered the apartment.

Several weeks later, the death was ruled an overdose by the New York City Medical Examiner.

He had taken a combination of cocaine, fentanyl, heroin, and parafluorofentanyl.

Among other tributes, the Baltimore Ravens played "The Farmer in the Dell" as the team intro, which was the song that Williams whistled when he would show up to rob drug dealers.

The song has also been used by the Baltimore Orioles' Felix Bautista as his walk-up music as a tribute to Williams.

In addition to "The Wire," some of the more high-profile credits on his resume are the TV series "F is for Family," "When They See Us," and "Lovecraft Country." He also appeared in movies such as "Arkansas," "Assassin's Creed," and the remake of "Ghostbusters."

Wiliams had two posthumous releases, "Breaking" in 2022 and "Surrounded" in 2023.

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