Wall Street Financial Guru Jules Reich Accused Of Killing His Pediatrician Wife In Their Scarsdale Mansion

Jules Reich
Jules Reich’s mugshot after being booked for murdering his wife.

Jules Reich was charged with second-degree murder. Reich is accused of stabbing his wife to death in their $3 million Scarsdale mansion. Reich’s wife is prominent pediatrician Robin Goldman, 

Officers responded to a 911 call just after 10 a.m. Wednesday morning. to the home of Goldman. Scarsdale Police describe Dr. Robin Goldman’s death as a fatal case of domestic violence.

Doctor Goldman was a pediatrician affiliated with the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx.

Jules Reich is an international tax specialist and self-proclaimed stand-up comic. Reich is also known as the ultimate Knicks fan in New York.

According to the Scarsdale Police:

The report is that a female has been hurt seriously and no further information was given by the calling party,”

Police arrived to find Goldman stabbed to death in a bathroom shower and that Reich made the 911 call.

Scarsdale Police Capt. Thomas Altizio:

This is not a random act. Both victim and suspect resided in the house.

Westchester County Assistant District Attorney John O’Rourke also told the court:

 Robin Goldman was alone inside their $2.8 million Scarsdale estate Wednesday when Reich burst in and stabbed her at least 21 times. He grabbed her from behind in the shower and stabbed her. He then walked away leaving a trail of blood.”

In addition, Reich had recently filed for divorce and had also hired a lawyer. Police have not released any information about what motivated Reich to kill his wife. 

The murder was also the first homicide in this Westchester town in nearly 40 years. It has also left neighbors stunned and in shock. One neighbor told the media:

There were no indications at all that there was any trouble. I was completely shocked.

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