Kensington Strangler Case

Antonio Rodriguez, 23, was convicted of murdering Elaine Goldberg, Nicole Piacentini, and Casey Mahoney.  (Phila. PD photo)

Family Of ‘Kensington Strangler’ Tipster Awaiting Thousands In Reward Money

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.

10/03/2012

Antonio Rodriguez, 23, was convicted of murdering Elaine Goldberg, Nicole Piacentini, and Casey Mahoney.  (Phila. PD photo)

Cops Detail Sadistic Confessions Of Accused “Kensington Strangler”

Antonio Rodriguez, 22, has been ordered held for trial for murdering three women in November and December.

02/09/2011

(The 3300 block of Mutter Street, where the "Kensington Strangler" suspect was captured.  Photo by John McDevitt)

Sources: Strangler Suspect Confessed; Neighbors Relieved

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.

01/18/2011

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Neighborhood Group Breathes Easier After “Strangler” Case Arrest

“It was of great concern to the community, to the organization as well as the community,” a Kensington activist said of the string of rapes and murders.

01/18/2011

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