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.
It is not a big-ticket item in Mayor Nutter’s new budget, but police hope some new cash for rewards could help them solve the worst crimes.
Antonio Rodriguez, 22, has been ordered held for trial for murdering three women in November and December.
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.
The arrest of the suspected “Kensington Strangler” has brought relief to at least one home in the city.
Antonio Rodriguez, 21, was taken into custody on an unrelated bench warrant after someone phoned in a tip, police said.
Philadelphia homicide detectives are investigating the discovery of a body inside an abandoned home in the Kensington section of the city.
A woman claims she was choked into unconsciousness and raped in Kensington on Wednesday night.
Philadelphia authorities have confirmed a third death is linked to the so-called “Kensington strangler.”
Philadelphia police say someone posted false information on Facebook identifying a city man as the Kensington Strangler. Now, police want to get the word out to protect the man from vigilante justice.
The search for a murderer in Kensington continues around the clock. A group of Guardian Angels will be on the streets beginning tomorrow to hopefully help answer the prayers of fearful residents.