Police authorities believe that a crime lord from Sinaloa, Mexico is behind the dumping of four bodies alongside a deserted parkway at a beach on New York's Long Island.
"We have evidence that points to the fact that a serial killer is being used by the drug cartel to prevent authorities from interfering with drug trafficking in the New York area. If we interfere in their drug trafficking they will kill innocent women once more and it's no different from a hostage situation because all the women in New York City are the hostages," Suffolk County Police Commissioner Richard Dammer told reporters.
The identity of the bodies are not known, but authorities are warning women in New York to be careful because drug dealers associated with a cartel in Mexico plan on killing more innocent women if their business dealings are hindered by police investigations.
Police officials said on Monday that they plan on halting all drug investigations in New York City to allow drug dealers from Mexico an opportunity to run their drug trafficking without being bothered by the police, in an attempt by the police to save the lives of more innocent women.
The bodies were found in the same manner as bodies found in Mexico and police believe a Mexican hit man, using the same method of operation that he used in Mexico, may be working in the area. These type of hit men are under contract and they are highly paid professionals.
The bodies appear to have been there for at least two months, according to the Suffolk County Police Department official.
At Oak Beach there were three bodies found and a fourth was discovered near the same area. This is the typical scatter pattern that Mexican hit men use in Mexico to increase fear in the public by creating the believe that the killer is in different areas hunting for victims.