Tyrome Wallace Cause Of Death, Obituary Not Yet Available – According to authorities, a 31-year-old chef known for cooking with Caribbean and African tastes was stabbed to death inside his Washington Avenue residence on Monday.
According to timesunion.com, Tyrome Wallace was found mortally wounded after police were called to investigate a stabbing about 10:10 p.m., according to police. He was initially treated at the site, but subsequently died at Albany Medical Center Hospital. The stabbing took place inside the property, which is located between North Main Avenue and Partridge Street, according to police. They said Wallace knew who killed him.
Police released little details on Tuesday and did not say whether anyone has been arrested in connection with Wallace’s death. Robin Wallace, Wallace’s mother, claimed her son was a chef who enjoyed blending Caribbean and African cuisines. He’d lately worked as a consultant, assisting new eateries with menu development.
When he began assisting in the preparation of meals for a vegan family member who was paralyzed, he discovered his passion for cooking.
Before joining the Hollow, Wallace had worked as a line cook at Yono’s. Philip claimed that she assisted him with his Rising Star Chefs application. Wallace recalled growing up in a terrible situation in Detroit and leaving home at an early age in his application, she said.
“He took advantage of whatever possibilities he was given,” she explained. “He had a lot of trouble, and he got lost in the system.” Wallace was stabbed in his residence, which is close to Albany High School and the University of Albany’s Alumni Quad. It’s just a few blocks from the home where an Albany lady was shot last week after confronting a man crouched near a neighbor’s motorcycle, according to authorities. The shooting took place on the outskirts of the College of Saint Rose.