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On Wednesday, Rex Heuermann, the Gilgo Beach killings suspect, is scheduled to appear in court in New York. Heuermann has pleaded not guilty to murdering three women over a decade ago.
The discovery of the women’s remains near each other in 2010 led to a search for a possible serial killer.
The Gilgo Beach killings suspect, an architectural consultant, has been charged with three counts of first-degree murder in connection with the deaths.
The Gilgo Beach killings suspect was identified as a suspect in 2022, and he is also believed to be connected to other killings in the area.
Recently, the DNA of the Gilgo Beach killings suspect was found on a pizza crust that matched DNA from a hair found on one of the victims.
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At the hearing of the Gilgo Beach killings suspect, evidence disclosure and updates will be discussed.
Recently, he wife of the alleged Gilgo Beach killings suspect is requesting the release of guns and family heirlooms that were seized from their home, according to The U.S. Sun.
The cache of firearms found at the home included 287 guns, and the family of the Gilgo Beach killings suspect wants to sell them to support themselves financially.
The judge has not yet ruled on the request of the wife of the alleged Gilgo Beach killings suspect to release the seized weapons, The U.S. Sun added.
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