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Man arrested in 3 slayings at NYC senior housing project

Por: ABC News Nation January 22, 2021

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NEW YORK -- Police have arrested a man in the unsolved slayings of three women in the same building at a New York City housing project for seniors.Officials announced the arrest of Kevin Gavin on Thursday, about a week after a 78-year-old victim was found dead in her Brooklyn apartment, with a telephone cord around her neck. The building was the scene of two other killings of elderly women in 2015 and in 2019 that had sparked complaints about... + full article



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