Man facing murder charge in 2011 death of Mastic Beach woman

William Hubbard, 48, was arrested Thursday in Manorville on a murder charge in the death of 26-year-old Shanell Malave. Malave was found strangled in her bed at her Magnolia Drive home in Mastic Beach on May of 2011. Hubbard was arraigned today on the charge of murder in the second degree, as well as charges

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Man pleads not guilty in 2011 slaying of Shanell Malave

A Medford man pleaded not guilty Friday to four charges stemming from the slaying of a Mastic Beach woman whose death had gone unsolved for seven years. Read Full Article

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Trial begins for failed Queens politician charged with faking donations

An aspiring Queens pol accused of faking donations in order to get matching taxpayer funds for her losing 2015 campaign went on trial Wednesday. Read Full Article

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Lawyer: ‘Laughable’ to Say Client May Be Tied to NY Slayings

RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (AP) — A carpenter convicted of killing two prostitutes in the 1990s may be responsible for at least one of the 10 unsolved killings of people along a Long Island beach highway, a prosecutor said Tuesday. Read Full Article

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Prosecutor Suggests a N.Y. Carpenter Could Be a Suspect in the Long Island Serial Killer Case

A carpenter named John Bittrolff, who was recently sentenced to prison for murdering two prostitutes, may be responsible for one or more of the unsolved deaths connected to the bodies discovered on Gilgo Beach in Long Island, New York, a prosecutor said Tuesday. Read Full Article

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Judge in Bittrolff murder trial allows jury to hear about 6 cleared suspects

Jurors will hear about six men investigated — and cleared — in the deaths of two women more than 23 years ago, during the murder trial of a Manorville carpenter. Read Full Article

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Bittrolff murder trial: Medical examiner cross-examined

The day after Suffolk’s chief medical examiner used sperm density to explain to a jury how soon after sex two women were killed, he conceded during cross-examination Tuesday that numerous factors could affect the reliability Read Full Article

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Familial DNA use questioned in Manorville man’s murder trial

State criminal justice officials testified Monday about the apparently lucky hit in a state DNA database that led to a Manorville carpenter being charged with the murders of two women two decades ago. Read Full Article

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Misconduct results in lesser prison terms for Flanders killing

Three people who had been charged with murder in connection with a Flanders home invasion were sentenced Wednesday to 8 years or less in prison as a result of prosecutorial misconduct in the case. Read Full Article

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Attorney: Former Capital One bank worker admits stealing

A former employee at a Southold bank has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $35,000 from a customer’s account between 2012 and 2013 but has promised to pay full restitution and perform hundreds of hours of community service Read Full Article

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