‘We all want answers’: Family of Bronx man beaten to death with bat furious at woman arrested for his murder

Marianna Cassara (pictured) and Jeremy Cuevas are both charged with the April 15 beating death of 32-year-old Mario Dissaro, in what police sources describe as a dispute over drugs and money. A Bronx woman who called police claiming an intruder beat her tenant to death with a baseball bat has been charged with the man’s murder — and the victim’s distraught family says she opened the door to a group of killers.

Marianna Cassara, 32, and Jeremy Cuevas, 27, are both charged with murder for the April 15 beating death of 32-year-old Mario Dissaro, in what police sources describe as a dispute over drugs and money.

Dissaro’s grieving mother told the Daily News he moved into Cassara’s home on Bayview Ave. in Country Club last month, and may have been dating Cassara. Police sources said their address was a hot spot for drug activity. Marianna Cassara, 32, and Jeremy Cuevas, 27, are both charged with the April 15 beating death of 32-year-old Mario Dissaro (pictured). The 5-foot-1, 110-pound Cassara called 911 to report an intruder had pushed past her, forced his way into the apartment and attacked her tenant.

But five days later cops arrested Cassara. Cuevas was arrested Tuesday. Prosecutors say witnesses and surveillance video show they conspired together to beat Dissaro’s head in.

“I have on video the girl Marianna escorting them to the door, saying ‘There’s Mario,’” Albo said. “She brings the killer(s) to the door, opens the door, backs up three steps, crouches down like ‘oh s—’ as they’re […]

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