Norah Horwitz Wiki – Norah Horwitz Biography

A respected Virginia Beach dentist was allegedly stabbed to death by his transgender daughter Norah Horwitz in his home during what police say was a “domestic dispute.” On Saturday morning, police discovered 68-year-old Dr. Abbey Horwitz with multiple stab wounds and pronounced her dead at the scene, the Virginia Beach Police Department said in a news release.

Her 34-year-old daughter, Norah Horwitz, was arrested and charged with second-degree murder and stabbing and is being held in the Virginia Beach jail. She is listed in jail records as Michael and police said she was transitioning. The Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office said she was being monitored in jail and placed on suicide watch, the Virginian-Pilot reported.

Police were called to Horwitz’s home at 1304 Wren Place in the Birdneck Point neighborhood of Virginia Beach at 8:54 a.m. Saturday, according to the news release. About 20 minutes later, at 9:13 a.m., they said EMS pronounced him dead. Horwitz appeared in court Monday morning via video call and the judge appointed a public defender to take up her case, local station WTKR reported.


Norah Horwitz Age

The age of Norah Horwitz is 34 years.

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Norah Horwitz accused of killing father

Images obtained by the station show Horwitz in her cell. A bond hearing was scheduled for Tuesday, but she reportedly withdrew the hearing while she sought other legal counsel. Abbey Horwitz was from the Bronx and studied at the Virginia School of Dentistry in Richmond before moving to Virginia Beach, according to a website dedicated to her dental practice The Art of Dentistry.

She was active in the local Jewish community and volunteered dental services in Israel, Romania, the former Soviet Union and Nicaragua. Horwitz ran her dental practice less than two miles from her home. A local business owner and long-term client of Horwitz told WTKR that her death would be felt throughout the Virginia Beach community.


‘She was instrumental in helping us get started here. She jumped on board and gave us advice, she came to our grand opening, without us having to ask her,” said Michele Nielson. ‘It was not uncommon for us to arrive at work and he had a complete mobile place detailing the cars of all the staff. Just that kind of generous spirit and you don’t run into much anymore,” she added.

He also served as the United Jewish Federation of Tidewater, which described him as a statement as a “wonderful man.” A neighbor told the Virginian-Pilot that Horwitz often hosted cookouts for her parents, children and grandchildren. “What I will always remember is that he always had his whole family together, sort of like ‘The Waltons,‘” they said.

“He seemed like the consummate family man.” A neighbor across the street, who asked not to be named, told the newspaper they were Abbey’s dental patients for five to 10 years. ‘Very nice guy, solid guy, no problems. The family took care of itself. They are good people, it’s really sad,” said the neighbor.Read More……


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