NY - Martha Montalvo, 50, & George Young, 69, slain, Albany County, 2000 & 2004

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  1. aussiegran

    aussiegran New Member

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    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.

    McGill previously confessed to raping an 85-year-old woman in her Albany apartment in 2000.
    http://www.capitalnews9.com/content/headlines/?ArID=159454&SecID=33
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    :dance: DNA is solving so many cold cases now it must have all the bad a$$holes worried .This is one bad dude ,2 murders and a rape of an 85yr old lady:eek:
    I hope it gives some relief to the families knowing who murdered their loved ones.
     
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  3. scandi

    scandi New Member

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    Boy, I'm glad this :loser: is off the street! A 23 year old raping an 85 year old lady. What a :chicken: chit for picking on older people who are so vulnerable. A real sicko for sure!


    Scandi
     
  4. SewingDeb

    SewingDeb "Sorry, I'm not qualified to land the plane."

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    Scandi,
    He's 23 now. He must have been 18 when he raped the 85 year old woman in 2000.

    Thank God for DNA.
     

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