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Police arrest boyfriend for gruesome murder of Jersey bar manager Jennifer Londono

July 8, 2017  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Police arrest boyfriend for gruesome murder of Jersey bar manager Jennifer Londono

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Police have arrested the boyfriend of Jennifer Londono– the New Jersey woman whose dismembered body parts were recently found floating in the waters off Brooklyn and Manhattan, authorities said Friday.

According to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, police charged Raphael Lolos with the gruesome murder of Jennifer Londono — the 31-year-old bar manager whose corpse was identified by a Sanskrit tattoo on the torso last week.

Londono was last seen leaving her job at the Luna Lounge in Englewood, where she worked as a manager.

Investigators said there had been “inconsistencies” in Lolos’ story while questioning him about his girlfriend’s death.

Police charges Raphael Lolos, 40, with killing and dismembering Jennifer Londono and then tossing her remains into the Hudson River. (BERGEN COUNTY PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE)

Authorities said detectives discovered traces of Londono’s blood in his bathtub during a subsequent search of his apartment.

Prosecutors accuse Raphael Lols of killing Jennifer Londono and dismembering her body in New Jersey before dumping the victim’s remains in the Hudson River.

However, in an idiotic move, authorities said Lolos “consistently and repeatedly” used the woman’s credit card — which led to his arrest, The New York Post reported.

The gruesome case made headlines last week after a man walking his dog found a female’s headless torso off a pier in Red Hook, Brooklyn on June 27th.

The dismembered remains of Jennifer Londono, 31, were discovered floating in Brooklyn and Manhattan last week.

“This dismembered body had cuts that looked clean like someone used a chainsaw,” said the man, who asked not to reveal his identity.

A day later Police released an image of the victim’s tattoo to the public – a curly script surrounded by several stars written in Sanskrit.

“This is definitely Sanskrit, although it is not grammatically correct at all. I think it is trying to say ‘Liliana,’ ” a yoga teacher who can read Sanskrit told The Post.

Experts who studied the ink agreed that the tattoo had inconsistencies suggesting that neither the artist nor the victim fully understood the language.

However, after Police released the image, Londono’s mom notified police that the tattoo matches the one found on her daughter’s body.

A couple found a leg floating the waters on July 1st while walking near the pier at the 79th Street Basin on Manhattan’s Westside.

Police charged Lolos with murder, desecration of human remains and hindering apprehension, New Jersey.com reported.

However, cops said the suspect had to be taken to Hackensack University Medical Center after suffering a “medical episode.’’.

Officials said Lolos will be arraigned in Bergen County once he’s discharged from the hospital.

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