MA MA - Alex F Scesny 2000's

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  1. mysteriew

    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    Fresh evidence or a sudden recollection of a witness may be the last hope for investigators who have run into a wall in the case of three women who fell victim to a serial killer.

    Time has not been on investigators' side since the skeletal remains of Carmen Rudy and Betsy Montalvo were found in the woods behind Marlborough's Hillside School two years ago this month. In March 2004 in Hudson - less than two miles from the Hillside School - the remains of Dinelia Torres were found.
    http://news.bostonherald.com/localRegional/view.bg?articleid=104088

    BETZAIDA "BETSY" MONTALVO (29) - body found in Marlborough Massachusetts
    CARMEN RUDY (28) - body also found in Marlborough Massachusetts
    DINELIA TORRES (33) - found in nearby Hudson Massachusetts
     
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  3. Marilynilpa

    Marilynilpa New Member

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    I just ran across your post while searching for something else.

    Have you heard anything more about this? I'm going to do a newspaper archive search to see if I can find any recent articles.
     
  4. Marilynilpa

    Marilynilpa New Member

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    "The remains of Betzaida Montalvo, 29, were found on the grounds of the Hillside School in Marlboro on Sept. 24, 2003. Five days later, the remains of Carmen Rudy, 29, were found just feet away. The remains of Dinelia Torres, 33, were found about a mile away in Hudson on March 3, 2004.

    All three women were petite, of Hispanic ancestry, and had turned to prostitution to support drug habits. All three women had also sought help from the same Worcester shelter and human services organization.

    The slayings remain unsolved, and Middlesex District Attorney Martha Coakley has said the women may be victims of a serial killer."

    http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/01102005/south_of/58349.htm

    "State and local police confirmed at a press conference last Friday that they are working with Worcester, Mass., investigators after the body found in a trash can about 20 feet from Riverwood Drive was identified as Wendy Morello of 1 Kilby St. in Worcester.

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    Morello is the fourth woman found dead within the past year who was known to have ties to drugs and prostitution in Worcester’s Main South neighborhood.


    The skeletal remains of Betzaida Montalvo and Carmen Rudy, both 29, were found last September in shallow graves in a wooded area of a private school near Marlboro, Mass. Rudy, a mother of two, had been missing for about a year before her remains were discovered.

    The body of 33-year-old Dinelia Torres was found six months later, in March, in a wooded area off a gated road in nearby Hudson, Mass. Authorities estimated she had been dead about two to nine months before she was found.

    At a news conference on Friday, Worcester acting Police Chief Paul F. Campbell noted Morello was petite and had brown hair and eyes like the other three victims, but would not comment further on any connection between the cases. The first three women were prostitutes in the Main South area, had battled drug addiction and been helped at Worcester shelters. Police and family members of Morello have confirmed she had a similar history. "

    http://www.exeternewsletter.com/2004news/yorkweekly/09222004/news/38999.htm

    It appears that in July of this year, law enforcement determined that Wendy Morello's murder was not connected to the other three murders. I'm not sure how they made this determination.
     
  5. PrayersForMaura

    PrayersForMaura Help Find Maura Murray

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    Convict pleads guilty to two murders

    A 23-year-old prison inmate linked by DNA evidence to two long unsolved Albany killings and a rape has pleaded guilty to murder charges.

    Raymon McGill, formerly of Schenectady, faces 40 years to life behind bars.

    He admitted Saturday in Albany County Court to fatally stabbing Martha Montalvo, a 50-year-old state worker, in her home five years ago.

    He also admitted to murder in the shooting death of 69-year-old George Young in 2004 during a robbery at Young's home.
    http://www.capitalnews9.com/content/top_stories/default.asp?ArID=159490


    He doesn't appear to be connected to the others mentiond on this thread but you never know.
     
  6. Yaya

    Yaya Esse Quam Videri

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    Is this man connected with this case at all?

    Betzaida Montalvo, 29, found Sept. 24, 2003. Isn't this a different woman?
     
  7. PrayersForMaura

    PrayersForMaura Help Find Maura Murray

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    oh drats, I am a completely silly lady!
    Yes, you are correct.
    Perhaps I should delete my post or move it?
     
  8. concernedperson

    concernedperson Former Member

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    Serial killers are the worst. They don't show an objectivety to the case. They are random but their cause is usually the same. It is always about them.
     
  9. Yaya

    Yaya Esse Quam Videri

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    We all have those days... well I do atleast. :angel:

    "Fagettaboutit" :D
     
  10. kwatson696

    kwatson696 Proud Mom

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    BOSTON -- There are fears Thursday that a Worcester-area woman who has been missing since January may have fallen victim to a serial killer.

    NewsCenter 5's Jack Harper reported that Lineida Olivera shares many characteristics with four other women who were found killed during the past several years.

    http://www.thebostonchannel.com/news/13590630/detail.html

    Petite, dark-hair, dark-skinned and a history of drug use and prostitution.

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    'A fifth woman missing from the streets of Main South and matching that description has authorities wondering if a killer is back at work.
    http://www.telegram.com/article/20070628/NEWS/706280778/1116

    :(
     
  11. kwatson696

    kwatson696 Proud Mom

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  12. Taximom

    Taximom Former Member

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    Oh, how horrible. I'm hoping for the best, but when LE actually states something like this, it's probably not good.
     
  13. kwatson696

    kwatson696 Proud Mom

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    I know, There has to be a reason for thinking of a connection, maybe its the way the bodies were found or how they were mudered......anyway its horrible to think about a serial killer on the loose...:mad:
     
  14. txsvicki

    txsvicki Active Member

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    Two of the women were found on the same school grounds and another was found about a mile away. It's unclear whether Ms. Morello was a victim of the serial killer, but she was murdered. The profiler mentioned in the third link really seems to believe that there is a serial killer and that the missing woman is probably a victim. I hope they catch this monster.
     
  15. ihadcabinfever

    ihadcabinfever New Member

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    maybe it's like Atlantic City?
     
  16. hoppyfrog

    hoppyfrog Retired WS Staff

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    Authorities confirmed today the identity of the woman missing since January whose skeletal remains were found yesterday in woods off Route 122 near the Oakham town line by a hunter.

    Lineida Olivera was reported missing by her family May 4 to Worcester police and the family placed fliers with the 34-year-old woman’s picture and description all over the city and in Framingham, where the mother of 11 children used to live.

    The circumstances surrounding the discovery of Ms. Olivera’s remains, her physical characteristics, her background of prostitution in the Main South area of Worcester and her drug use have striking similarities to the deaths of other woman believed to be the work of a serial killer.

    link http://www.telegram.com/article/20070904/FRONTPAGENEWS/70904006

    dated 4 Sept 2007
     
  17. Kat

    Kat Kind words do not cost much

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    http://www.telegram.com/article/20080504/NEWS/805040707/1116

    By Scott J. Croteau TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF
    scroteau@telegram.com

    I also found this DOC and it doesn't have a name source listed that I can find.

    I have no idea who this work belongs to and it appears to be info gathered by a true crime buff much like us.

    http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q...&sig=AHIEtbQlxBJY1yth0bibkGoulE3Y58hjZg&pli=1
     
  18. Harmony 2

    Harmony 2 Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    Published : Thursday, 29 Apr 2010

    http://www.myfoxboston.com/dpp/news/local/alex-scesny-faces-trial-in-1996-slaying-25-apx-20100429

    also here:

    http://www.bostonherald.com/news/regional/general/view.bg?articleid=1091406

    press release by district attorney:

    http://www.worcesterda.com/scesny_indicted_9-23-08.html
     
  19. imamaze

    imamaze Former Member

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    Sister: Killer was 'someone she knew'
    Marilyn Olivera does not think her sister was murdered by the serial killer believed responsible for three unsolved slayings in the Marlborough-Hudson area.

    At her Marlborough home, Olivera spoke of her older sister, Lineida Olivera, who died at age 35 leaving 11 children, and whose remains were found early this month in Rutland.

    "Whoever did it, it was someone she knew," said Olivera, 34.

    Lineida Olivera's death is being investigated by the Worcester district attorney's office. It is being treated as a separate case despite similarities with the three slayings linked to a serial murderer.
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    Bones in Rutland may be linked to three local murders
    The skeletal remains of Lineida Olivera - a former Framingham resident whose January disappearance may be linked to three unsolved area murder cases - were found Tuesday in a heavily wooded area near Rte. 122 in Rutland.
    A Rutland resident discovered Olivera's remains in state-owned conservation land about 250 to 300 feet off Rte. 122. The resident was in the area checking out a likely hunting spot for the upcoming bow-hunting season for deer, said Rutland Police Chief Joseph Baril.
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    Body found in Rutland; officials probing links to serial killings
    The remains of a woman missing since January have been found in a thickly wooded area of Rutland.

    Now, authorities are investigating whether the death of 34-year-old Lineida Olivera is connected to a serial killer.

    The way Olivera’s remains were discovered this week and her background in drugs and prostitution in Worcester are similar to four other women police believe may be the victims of a serial killer.
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    Circumstances hint at serial killing
    Authorities yesterday confirmed the identity of a woman missing since January whose skeletal remains were found by a hunter Monday in woods off Route 122, near the Oakham town line.

    Lineida Olivera was reported missing to Worcester police by her family May 4, and the family put up fliers with the 34-year-old woman’s picture and description across the city and in Framingham, where the mother of 11 children used to live. Authorities confirmed Ms. Olivera’s identity through dental records, according to District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.’s office.

    The circumstances surrounding the discovery of Ms. Olivera’s remains, her physical characteristics, her background of prostitution in the Main South area of Worcester and her drug use have similarities to the deaths of other women police believe may be connected to a serial killer.

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    Skeleton site yields evidence; officials say clues linked to killer of mother of 11
    Investigators combing the woods off Route 122 where the skeletal remains of Lineida Olivera were discovered last week found evidence yesterday that they believe is linked to her homicide.
    "We found some evidence we believe is connected to this case," Worcester District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. said, not far from where Ms. Olivera's skeleton was found Sept. 4 by a hunter preparing for the upcoming bow season.
    Mr. Early would not comment on what was found. Ms. Olivera's skeleton and some clothes were previously found about 200 yards into the woods in an area owned by the state and abutting Rutland State Forest.
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    Dissection and examination of a dead body to determine cause of death and learn about disease processes in ways that are not possible with the living. reports on the 34-year-old mother of 11 indicate she is a homicide victim. Mr. Early did not say what in the report led to that conclusion.
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    imamaze Former Member

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    The remains of Carmen Rudy and Betzaida Montalvo were found side by side in makeshift graves near a private boys school in Marlborough in Sept. 2003. Dinelia Torres was found less than two miles away six months later in Hudson.
     
  21. mysteriew

    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    The conviction of Alex F. Scesny in the 1996 killing of Theresa K. Stone has prompted a New Jersey-based profiling team to upgrade his status to “significant person of interest” in the deaths of prostitutes from the Main South area of Worcester.

    “We elevated his status because of the murder conviction,” said John Kelly, president of System to Apprehend Lethal Killers, or STALK, said today.
    http://www.telegram.com/article/20120401/NEWS/120409995/1116


    http://www.stalkinc.com/
     

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