A woman was charged Monday with the murder of an 80-year-old Staten Island man who was found in the hallway of his apartment building with the phrase “I touch little girls” written on his chest, police said.
Rene Ayarde, 28, who at one point lived in the same Tompkinsville building as the victim, Robert Raynor, was busted in New Jersey on Nov. 12, cops said.
Ayarde was extradited to the Big Apple Monday and hit with murder, manslaughter and assault charges over the July 19 killing of Raynor.
When he was found, Raynor was wearing only a pair of pants, which were down below his waist, his neighbor Isaac Williams had told The Post.
Written on Raynor’s chest in what appeared to be black marker were the words, “I touch little girls,” according to Williams and authorities.
Two other phrases were also found scrawled on his body, according to police sources: “I take dolls in my room for girls age 1-5” on his stomach, and “I touch” on his right foot.
Police have not identified a motive in the killing. Sources said Ayarde has been mum since her arrest.