A carpenter condemned to at slightest 50 years in jail after being convicted of bludgeoning to death two women 20 years ago may be tied to at slightest one of the unsolved murders of prostitutes killed along Long Island’s Gilgo Beach, a prosecutor pronounced Tuesday.
John Bittrolff, 51, who perceived uninterrupted 25-years-to-life sentences for the murders, may have even some-more blood on his hands.
Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney Robert Biancavilla pronounced the stays of some victims found along Gilgo Beach “may be attributed to the handiwork of Mr. Bittrolff.”
No one has been charged in the deaths of 10 people along the beach highway given 2010.
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Biancavilla pronounced some aspects of the justification found over the years at Gilgo Beach were identical to what has been attributed to Bittrolff’s crimes.
Biancavilla did not elaborate.
The first of 10 sets of stays believed to be the work of one or some-more sequence killers in the Gilgo Beach area was found in 2010.
The first 4 bodies were those of women in their 20s who worked as prostitutes and were found within a entertain of a mile from any other.
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The victims had been reported blank between 2007 and Sep 2010.
Bittrolff, 51, was convicted in Jul of two depends of second-degree murder in the deaths of Rita Tangredi, 31, of East Patchogue, and Colleen McNamee, 20, of Holbrook.
Testimony during the hearing suggested the women were drug addicts and prostitutes.
“Bittrolff picked these women since they were vulnerable,” Biancavilla said. “He picked them since he suspicion no one cared about them. But there were people who cared about these girls.”
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The two murders remained unsolved for two decades until Suffolk carnage detectives were means to get a DNA representation from Bittrolff that matched semen recovered from both bodies.
Judge Richard Ambro, a invulnerability profession before he became a judge, pronounced these murders “are as brutal as anything I’ve ever seen in my 32 years in the rapist probity system.”
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