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Police have confirmed four bodies were found on property linked to a former New York police officer accused of killing four men who went missing during a drug deal this year.
Chester police Chief Peter Graziano tells The Journal News the bodies were found in Otisville on Tuesday on property rented by Nicholas Tartaglione. He says the remains were taken to the county’s medical examiner for identification.
A retired New York police officer has been accused of killing four men who went missing during a drug deal this year as authorities reportedly discovered the remains of four bodies on property linked to him.
Federal prosecutors say Nicholas Tartaglione was arrested Monday on murder and conspiracy to distribute coc aine charges.
Tartaglione has pleaded not guilty. He used to work for the Briarcliff Manor police department and lives in Otisville.