Police Find the Body of a Missing Woman. Police Finds the Body of a Missing Woman

Three murder cases during the week.

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The murder of Keerlier is one of several murder cases this month. Last night, a man in his 20s was shot on the North Side near Highland Graves Street. In the early hours of Sunday morning, another man was also shot on the Near West Side at Otisco Street. Keerlier and the husband Johnson D’Avolio were going through a divorce. Syracuse Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Mathew Malinowski says they are trying hard to combat crimes in the city.

SOT -MATHEW MALINOWSKI:

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PEOPLE ARE SCARED WITH THE RAMPANT SHOOTING. THEY ARE ASKING WHAT COULD BE DONE TO COMBAT THE CRIME.

SOT -MATHEW MALINOWSKI

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NEW YORK STATE LAW DOES NOT REQUIRE A LICENSE TO OWN LONG GUNS BUT IT REQUIRE A PERMIT TO LEGALLY OWN A PISTOL.

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Guya Scopas Bethuel SYRACUSE, N.Y (NCC News) -The body of missing mother from Rome is found in an Oneida County landfill.  The 32 -year -old woman, suspected to be Keerlier D’Avolio is a mother of three children.  Police believe  the incident is a homicide.

The murder of Keerlier is one of several murder cases this month. On Monday, a man in his 20’s was shot on the north side near Highland Graves Street. In the early hours of Sunday morning, another man was also shot on the near west side of Otisco Street. Keerlier and her husband Johnson D’Avolio were going through a divorce.

Syracuse Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Mathew Malinowski said they are trying hard to combat crimes in the city.

“Well we used a data driven approach when it comes to policing, or any time that there is crime we can plot. It  goes to the unit to try and combat the violence that way, then the law target members of our community policing on those individuals ” said Malinowski.

One resident at Otisco Street who refused to be identified said he was scared with the gun shots. “I heard the gun shots and I ran under my bed.” said the resident.

New York State law does not require a license to own rifles but it requires a permit to legally own a pistol.

All firearms according to the law must comply with the New York SAFE Act. The Act bans assault weapons from ownership by private citizens. According to New York State government, there are 300 million firearms in the U.S.

 

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Guya Scopas Bethuel Ladu

GUYA SCOPAS BETHUEL is a senior Broadcast and Digital Journalism with Sports Emphasis in S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University. Scopas interns with WAER as Web Editor and covers college soccer.

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