Two brothers arrested in NYC death of Auschwitz survivor

Two brothers were arrested Friday and accused of helping a woman rob and strangle an 89-year-old disco-era nightclub owner who had survived the Auschwitz death camp, police said. Aljulah Cutts, 27, was being held on charges of murder, robbery and burglary in the slaying of Guido Felix Brinkmann, who was found dead July 30. His brother, Hasib Cutts, 30, was charged with felony homicide and burglary for allegedly driving them to the apartment. Brinkmann owned the nightclub Adam's Apple and had been working as a building manager in the Bronx. He was a Holocaust survivor sent to Auschwitz. The suspects were being held a police lockup in Manhattan awaiting arraignment. It was unclear if they had attorneys. Angela Murray, 30, was arrested last week and is being held without bail on second-degree murder and robbery charges.