Authorities are still checking out cases made by a guy who stated he killed a total amount of 16 people in numerous states, though a police authorities verified Sunday that he is the main suspect in the murder of his ex-wife as well as 3 others located in a cars and truck in New Mexico
Local law enforcement officials in New Mexico and also in New Jersey are collaborating with federal representatives on the accuracy of cases Sean Lannon provided throughout his confession, consisting of that he killed 11 other individuals, the official said. The authorities, that had direct expertise of the probe, can not discuss the investigation publicly and talked to The Associated Press on condition of privacy.
Authorities said in court papers that Lannon made the admission in a call to a family member, that informed private investigators he revealed sorrow.
Private investigators are looking missing individuals documents as well as other cops records to attempt to determine any kind of possible sufferers as well as determine if he was telling the truth throughout the admission, according to the official. The detectives are still assessing digital records, interactions, monitoring video clip and also economic records as component of the investigation as well as are functioning to attempt to find additional witnesses in case, the authorities said.
Police authorities are additionally still trying to assemble added info to better comprehend why he remained in St. Louis, where he was jailed on March 11, the authorities stated.
The bodies of Lannon’s ex-wife as well as 3 other people were found on March 5 in a lorry in a parking garage at Albuquerque International Sunport, New Mexico’s largest flight terminal. It’s unclear how they were killed.
Lannon has already been butted in the death of Michael Dabkowski, whose body was uncovered on March 8 in his New Jersey residence, just southern of Philadelphia after a well-being check. Sean Lannon is accused of barging in as well as beating the 66-year-old to fatality with a hammer, according to a testimony.
Lannon states he was sexually abused by Dabkowski as a child, and Lannon’s legal representative claimed his customer was provoked.