Refrigerator note led to arrest in brutal killing of mother in Queens

A refrigerator note helped lead law enforcement to the arrest regarding the alleged murderer of Orsolya Gaal in Queens, New York.

The note said, “Get a new handyman,” revealing a detail about the worker she had reportedly had an affair with prior to her death.

The detail

“The old handyman, so far as police could tell, was 44-year-old David Bonola, who was arrested for the savage killing early Thursday morning,” the Daily Beast reported.

“Police say he confessed to stabbing Gaal 59 times, stuffing her body into a hockey bag, and leaving her at the edge of a park near her home. It was not clear if he had an attorney on Thursday afternoon,” the report added.

In the U.S. illegally

New York Police Department sources told the New York Post that Bonola had been in the U.S. illegally for more than two decades.

“[L]aw-enforcement sources revealed Friday that he was living in New York in violation of immigration law when busted Wednesday for Gaal’s horrific slaying,” the Post reported.

“One more person that ought not to be here in the first place committing a crime,” City Councilman Joe Borelli (R-SI) also told the Post.

The sad crime has been a watershed moment for Queens and the nation as issues related to illegal immigration remain important in the wake of the Biden administration’s open border policies.

The nation has seen the highest number of illegal border crossings in more than two decades, with a growing concern that more crimes will be committed by those in the nation unlawfully.

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