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Cop turned “drug-dealing murderer” gets multiple life sentences

Cop turned “drug-dealing murderer” gets multiple life sentences

WHITE STRIPE On Monday, a federal judge sentenced Nicholas Tartaglione, a former Briarcliff Manor Police Officer, to four consecutive life terms. Tartaglione was found guilty of the murders of Hector Gutierrez, Miguel Luna, Urbano Santiago, and Martin Luna.

Federal authorities claim that after a narcotics deal, Tartaglione felt the victim had stolen money from him, that Luna was his intended target. Williams had earlier said that after torturing Martin, Tartaglione made one of his nephews stand by while Tartaglione used a zip-tie to strangle Martin to death. Tartaglione and

Tartaglione and two of hisassociatestransported Miguel, Urbano and Hector who were at the wrong place at the wrong time to a remote wooded area, forced them to kneel, and executed them with gunshots to the back of the head.

He subsequently interred all four of the corpses in a mass grave on Otisville property he owned.

Tartaglione was a native of Mount Hope in Orange County and a former police officer from Dutchess County’s Pawling and Westchester’s Briarcliff Manor. Luna was murdered in Tartaglione’s relative’s Chester Likquid Lounge.

The former cop had been charged with conspiracy to distribute and possession of five kilos of cocaine in addition to the four murders.


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