Authorities have identified the remains of “Fire Island Jane Doe” as Karen Vergata, a breakthrough discovery in a separate murder case. This comes just weeks after the arrest of Long Island Serial Killer suspect Rex Heuermann. Attorney and retired NYPD Inspector Paul Mauro discusses the latest developments in the case. FOX News Radio reported
Just a few weeks after the arrest of Rex Heuermann, the suspected Long Island Serial Killer who was connected to the murders of three women near Gilgo Beach, authorities have made a significant breakthrough in another murder case. The remains of a woman, previously known as “Fire Island Jane Doe,” which were discovered in 1996, have now been identified as Karen Vergata.
In an interview, Attorney and retired NYPD Inspector Paul Mauro discusses the latest developments in the Long Island Serial Killer case and shares his insights on what to expect as Rex Heuermann’s trial approaches.
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