A Westchester man who killedhis father and an aunt in 1988 may not inherit from another aunt becausehe would benefit financially from the murder, the surrogate in WestchesterCounty has ruled.

Surrogate Albert J. Emanuelliin Estate of Melba E. Macaro, filed yesterday in Surrogate’s Court,Westchester County, disqualified Raymond Macaro Jr., from inheriting ashare of the $133,000 estate left by his aunt, Melba E. Macaro, who diedintestate on Oct. 24, 1994.

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