Rebecca Carlson Obituary: Andrew D. Avila Arrested And Charged With Second-Degree Murder: People are interested in learning more about Rebecca Carlson’s biography. It’s also unclear whether the victim was killed or her corpse was dumped there.
A woman’s body was found in a dumpster in the parking lot of an Advance Auto Parts location in South Hempstead according to News 12 sources.
Police were summoned to the incident on Grand Avenue five blocks south of Sunrise Highway at around 7:30 a.m. according to police.
On Tuesday detectives investigating murders were on the scene for more than 12 hours. According to Albert Shillingford who resides just across the street from the crime scene loud music and drug use have been ongoing issues at the parking lot.
Shillingford says that the incident is not unexpected because nothing has been done to prevent them from coming down and doing drugs.
“I’ve resided here 47 years and it’s problematic” Gloria Oriol adds.
My daughter raised her children there as did I. It’s terrible that my grandchild is now raising his own.”
In addition, nearby residents have reported hearing an alarm go off all night at the auto parts shop. People want to know more about Rebecca Carlson’s epitaph.
Rebecca Carlson Obituary: Andrew D. Avila Arrested And Charged With Second-Degree Murder
A Long Island man has been charged with murder in connection with the death of a 39-year-old woman found lying next to a dumpster.
Rebecca Carlson 39 of Hempstead whose body was found on Tuesday, February 14 in South Hempstead was killed according to Nassau County Police.
Andrew D. Avila 25 of Elmont was charged with her homicide on Thursday, March 2.
Officers were dispatched to a report of a woman discovered unconscious near a dumpster in the rear of Advanced Auto Parts located at 1140 Grand Avenue.
According to the police, Carlson was pronounced dead on the spot.
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According to homicide detectives, the Nassau County Medical Examiners’ Office subsequently determined that Carlson’s death was a homicide.
Avila will be tried on a charge of second-degree murder in Hempstead on Friday, March 3.
An arrest has been made in connection with the death of a woman found behind a dumpster on Valentine’s Day in South Hempstead.
Elmont resident Andrew Avila 25 has been accused of second-degree murder in Rebecca Carlson’s death according to police.
The 39-year-old Hempstead woman was found behind the garbage at the auto parts store. Avila will be charged officially on Friday.