Months after police charged Antonio Rodriguez with raping and murdering three women, the tipster later known as “Oscar” was killed on a Kensington street corner.
Antonio Rodriguez was convicted on all counts in a non-jury trial.
A Philadelphia judge has ruled that the alleged confession of the accused “Kensington strangler” will be part of his decision process in the non-jury trial.
Antonio Rodriguez is accused of sexually assaulting and strangling three women in late 2010.
Antonio Rodriguez, 23, is charged with murdering three women, a crime spree that terrorized the neighborhood for months.
A benefit was held Saturday night for the family of Elaine Goldberg, one of the victims of the suspected “Kensington Strangler.”
Charges have been approved for the arrest of a man in connection to the murders of three women in the city’s Kensington section.
Numerous police sources say the suspect, linked to the case via DNA, has confessed to the murders of Elaine Goldberg, Nicole Piacentini, and Casey Mahoney.