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Monsters Among Us: Bobby Vanderhall charged with killing 3 women, including his mother & sister, with a hammer

Victims
Melissa Vanderhall, 29
Lynn Reichenbach-Vanderhall, 58
Janel Simpson, 29

Man savagely slays his mother, sister and her friend with hammer in Long Island
3 women murdered in Long Island home
Son Accused of Beating Mom, Sister, Friend to Death with Hammer, 1 Victim Escaped: Police
Police: Man Bludgeons Mother, Sister & Sister’s Friend To Death With Hammer In Hempstead
Man arrested in brutal murders of mother, sister, family friend at Hempstead home
3 women murdered in grisly hammer attack at NY home
Suspect in Hempstead triple homicide used knife, hammer, records say
Crazed Long Island man accused of slaying mother, sister and her friend with hammer held without bail
Arraignment for suspect in murders of three women inside home in Hempstead, Long Island
NY – (Mr.) Bobby Vanderhall, 34 – for Triple Murder+ :: Nassau County – 12 Aug 2017

INMATE INFORMATION

Offender Name: VANDERHALL, BOBBY
Custody Status: In Custody
Age: 34
Location: Nassau County Jail
Race: African American
Contact Facility: Nassau County Jail

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One Response

  1. One of the articles said there was a restraining order against Mr. Vanderhall to not harass his family, but it also said that it didn’t prevent him from going to the home of his mother. That makes no sense since the mother had kicked him out, and therefore it could be reasonably assumed that coming back home would be a type of harassment. This is just another of the endless failures of our justice system.

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