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Daughter sues cops and town over mom found dead in basement.


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#1 iGreg

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Posted March 23 2019 - 05:35 PM

Burying your victims in the basement seems to be a thing in suburbia.

 

 

 

SOUTHOLD, NY — The daughter of a woman whose skeletal remains were found buried 7-feet deep in the basement of a Southold home has filed a notice of claim against Southold Town and the Southold Police Department.

 

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#2 boosti

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Posted March 23 2019 - 05:54 PM

Burying your victims in the basement seems to be a thing in suburbia.



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There was another similar story of a female that was in a 55 gallon drum in the basement that was murdered in the 60's. The Nassau County Police found the owner who moved to Florida. The detectives interviewed him. He committed suicide when the police said they're coming back with a warrant. He owned a textile company and linked the materials, he was married. He got a Hispanic girl pregnant. Apparently murdered her and kept her in the drum in the basement.

#3 Phoenix69

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Posted March 23 2019 - 06:26 PM

Must have hired a shyster lawyer.



#4 boosti

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Posted March 23 2019 - 06:29 PM

Must have hired a shyster lawyer.

The Town Attorney can get that tossed out. The next of kin was notified by the Police.

#5 a7vette2

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Posted March 23 2019 - 06:57 PM

So, once again, it is 1. Someone else's fault and 2. The rest of us get to pay for the aftermath. Pretty pathetic.



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Posted March 24 2019 - 10:26 AM

ambulance chaser's at work


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#7 MikeM

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Posted March 24 2019 - 05:36 PM

There was another similar story of a female that was in a 55 gallon drum in the basement that was murdered in the 60's. The Nassau County Police found the owner who moved to Florida. The detectives interviewed him. He committed suicide when the police said they're coming back with a warrant. He owned a textile company and linked the materials, he was married. He got a Hispanic girl pregnant. Apparently murdered her and kept her in the drum in the basement.

my home town.  my friend lived next door 






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