Queens Mother Found in a Duffle Bag – Handyman Arrested

April 21, 2022 | QUEENS, NY: A 44-year-old man is behind bars today with a charge of murder in regards to the shockingly gruesome killing of a Queens woman inside of her home. According to police, the mother of two was stabbed repeatedly around 60 times and placed into a sporting equipment duffel bag, only to be discarded along side a popular walking path just a few blocks from her home.

“You don’t usually have crime like that around here.” -Queens Resident

David Bonola, 44, from Queens, is also being charged for alleged criminal tampering and criminal possession of a weapon in the killing of Orsolya Gaal, police said. Bonola, who’s worked as a handyman for the Gaal family in the past and lives nearby was a prime suspect in the case.

Zach, park goer and Queens resident

We spoke with Zach, a neighborhood resident who frequents the walking path that said to us, “That’s very unsettling, it’s very unsettling. You don’t usual have crime like that around here. At least not that I know of, car accidents, but not that. Doesn’t seem like a car accident.” Zach went on to say that the park usually feels relatively safe.

On April 21, David Bonola was walked out of 112th precinct charged with murder in gruesome killing of the Queens mother. According to police, Gaal and bonola were in a two year relationship. Gala was stabbed over 55 times.

The 51-year-old mother of two’s body was found inside a duffel bag on April 16th in an area along Metropolitan Avenue & Union Turnpike in Queens.

The shocking discovery was reportedly made by a person walking their dog after spotting a suspicious bag.

Police officers responding to a 911 call Saturday morning located the females body inside a duffle bag dumped in the Kew Gardens neighborhood of Queens, authorities said.

Video by Daniel Valls (FreedomNews.TV)

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