Monday, July 18, 2011

Police Continue Investigation of Gruesome Murder in Kensington

For the first time in three days, since the arrest of Levi Aron for the murder of 8-year-old Leiby Kretzky, East 2nd street, the street on which the crime was allegedly committed, has been opened to through traffic as of Saturday.

Despite the efforts to get life back to normal on this otherwise quiet Brooklyn street, the police are continuing to search Aron’s apartment for evidence which will give police and investigators a better picture of what happened on that fateful day when Leiby was abducted and murdered.
Removed from the home were a series of items including a mattress, box spring, and other bags containing more evidence.