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Suspect due in court in Hempstead slayings of 3 women

Suspect due in court in Hempstead slayings of 3 women

Suffolk County police say Vanderhall had a history of emotional problems, and his mother had gotten a protective order against him and had thrown him out of their Hempstead home. "Beautiful, outstanding people, that's what I want the world to know", said a family relative, Juanita Johnson.

The survivor, who wasn't identified, was hospitalized in stable condition. The friend was able to escape, however, and call for help.

The Post quoted police as saying that Vanderhall attacked his mother in the living room.

"His behavior became more unruly, more violent".

Lt. Stephen Fitzpatrick of the Nassau County Homicide bureau, said the suspect had been kicked out of his mother's house and was homeless, NBC News reported. "His mother had enough".

Police said the three women were found dead from "blunt force trauma" at a home on Perry Street about 2:15 a.m., Newsday reported.

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'When he came here last night, the doors were secured and he became enraged, ' said Lt Fitzpatrick. "He went to the garage, he obtained a large hammer". "With this framing hammer he broke through the basement door into the residence". Police said she was also 29 years old.

Vanderhall was charged with three counts of second-degree murder and one count of attempted murder, and he's being held in Mineola, New York, as he awaits his arraignment on Sunday. "He's trying to kill us!", according to officials.

He had a record of arrests for drunken driving, drug possession and sexual abuse, according to reports.

It wasn't clear whether Vanderhall had an attorney. They said he then attacked the other women.

Janel's father Dennis Simpson told the network that his daughter was a secretary at Northwell Health, a chain of healthcare facilities and used to work late hours.