‘Murder’ suspect charged after mom’s chilling last moments revealed

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A SUSPECT has been arrested in the Orsolya Gaal murder case, a Sun reporter confirmed on Thursday.

On Thursday, David Bonola, 44, was arrested and charged with murder, criminal tampering, and criminal possession of a weapon, NYPD told The Sun.

Exactly what happened to the mom-of-two remains a mystery, though investigators suspect Gaal knew her killer.

Gaal sat alone at a bar near her Forest Hills home for 40 minutes on Friday before she headed to her house, where investigators now believe she was killed on the first floor, The New York Post reported.

Coroners also revealed that Gaal had been stabbed 58 times days after her body was found stuffed in a duffel bag and dumped near her home in Queens, New York.

The alleged killer reportedly texted her husband, Howard Klein, threatening him: “Your whole family is next”, according to police. Klein was out of town when Gaal was killed.

Read our Orsolya Gaal live blog for the latest news and updates…

  • Will anyone get the reward?

    Crime Stoppers was offering $3,500 for information leading to an arrest in the Orsolya Gaal case.

    It is not known if anyone will claim the reward following Bonola’s arrest, ABC-7 reported.

  • When was Bonola taken into custody?

    Bonola was taken into custody at NYPD’s 112th precinct last night, a police source told The US Sun.

  • Has anyone been charged?

    On Thursday, David Bonola, 44, was charged with murder, criminal tampering, and criminal possession of a weapon in relation to the death of Gaal, 51, who was found dead in Queens on Saturday.

  • What happened to Orsolya Gaal, part three

    The teen son did not know his mother’s whereabouts, police said.

    Neighbors told the New York Post he was led away in handcuffs. He was then questioned and released.

    Meanwhile, Ms Gaal’s husband, Howard Klein, and their 17-year-old son were reportedly out-of-state at the time of the murder.

    Cops said they were returning back to New York.

  • What happened to Orsolya Gaal, continued

    The duffel bag was spotted by Van Nostrand near Metropolitan Avenue and Forest Park Drive in Queens, New York.

    The man’s two dogs led him to the discovery and helped investigators discover a fresh blood trail.

    Investigators say Ms Gaal’s body was still intact and not dismembered.

    Cops were then led to her $2million home half a mile away on Juno Street, where they found her 13-year-old son alone.

  • What happened to Orsolya Gaal?

    The mom-of-two was found dead inside a bloody duffel bag on a popular path in Queens, New York.

    Orsolya Gaal‘s body was discovered shortly after 8am on Saturday by dog walker Glenn Van Nostrand who called 911.

  • Relationship was ‘on and off’

    The relationship between Orsolya Gaal and the suspect in her murder, David Bonola, was “on and off,” according to the NYPD at the press conference on Thursday.

  • Handyman was known to family

    The NYPD confirmed that Bonola was “known to the family” of Orsolya Gaal.

  • No ‘danger to the family’

    At the press conference, an NYPD member said they don’t believe there is any “danger to the family” of Orsolya Gaal.

  • No outstanding suspects

    The NYPD does not believe there are outstanding suspects at large in this case.

  • ‘Domestic’ dispute

    The NYPD said Gaal and Bonola were arguing about “regular domestic issues” when they got into a fight that led to Gaal’s death.

  • Killer fled into park

    The NYPD believes that Bonola fled through a nearby park after disposing of Gaal’s body, and that he may have left a jacket in the park.

  • Gaal killed during dispute

    The NYPD announced at the press conference that it is believed that Bonola and Gaal got into a struggle, and she was killed during the dispute in her home.

  • Bonola and Gaal had ‘intimate affair’

    At the press conference, the NYPD said Bonola and Gaal had an “intimate affair.”

  • Bonola named at press conference

    David Bonola was named as the accused, alleged murderer during the NYPD’s press conference.

  • Press conference

    The NYPD is currently holding a press conference about the case.

  • Killer sent husband a terrifying message

    Police believe a man killed Gaal in her home, put her in a duffel bag, and dumped her body half a mile away.

    The alleged killer then reportedly texted her husband, Howard Klein, threatening him: “Your whole family is next,” according to police.

    Klein was out of town when Gaal was killed.

  • Gaal in contact with several men

    Sources told ABC New York affiliate WABC that Orsolya Gaal was in contact with at least three men the night she was killed.

    One of them was David Bonola, who has been charged in her murder.

  • How did Bonola know Gaal?

    David Bonola, the suspect in Orsolya Gaal’s murder, knew Gaal from doing work on her house, ABC-7 reported.

    He knew where to find the key to the house, which allegedly allowed him to stab her to death while her 13-year-old son was upstairs.

  • ‘I hear you are looking for me’

    Detectives decided to pick David Bonola up and were in his neighborhood at around 11.30pm on Wednesday when he walked up to police officers and said, “I hear you are looking for me,” according to ABC-7.

  • Howard Klein: ‘Our lives are at risk’

    In a previous phone interview with The New York Post, Klein expressed fears for his safety in the wake of his wife’s death.

    “There are concerns about our safety,” Klein said, before a suspect was taken into custody.

    “Our lives are at risk.”

  • Gaal sat alone at bar before death

    Orsolya Gaal sat alone at a local bar for 40 minutes before she went home the night she was killed, police sources cited by the New York Post said.

    Investigators believe Gaal’s killer entered the home and killed her on the first floor, and then took her body to the basement, the sources revealed. 

  • Gaal and handyman’s alleged affair

    David Bonola, 44, was taken into custody at NYPD’s 112th precinct last night, a police source told The US Sun.

    According to the source, Bonola confessed to killing Gaal during an interrogation.

    He allegedly told officers he’d been having an affair with Gaal and carried out the brutal stabbing during an argument.

  • Where is Orsolya Gaal from?

    Orsolya Gaal lived in Forest Hills in Queens, New York at the time of her death.

    The married mother-of-two originally hailed from Hungary.

  • Suspect allegedly confessed to murder

    The handyman charged in the stabbing death of Orsolya Gaal, whose body was found inside a duffel bag over the weekend, reportedly confessed to the murder during an interrogation last night, NYPD sources told The US Sun.

    David Bonola, 44, was charged on Thursday with murder, criminal tampering, and criminal possession of a weapon in relation to the death of Gaal, 51, who was found dead in Queens on Saturday.

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