Another Dominican serial killer extradited to US, will finally face Bronx slay rap
In the photo: Suspected serial killer Angel Guridy-Cabral is led into the 50th Precinct.

A suspected serial killer who viciously slashed his girlfriend to death two decades ago was extradited from the Dominican Republic to face second-degree murder charges in the Bronx, the NYPD said Friday.

Angel Guridy-Cabral, 52, a former livery cab driver, is charged with fatally stabbing Altagracia Valdez, 24, in the neck and chest March 16, 1993, with a knife police believe he took from the kitchen.

Police don’t yet know why the married Guridy-Cabral killed his girlfriend.

Valdez was found on the living room floor of a Gerard St. apartment, with her 2-year-old boy sitting beside her unharmed, Lt. William Carbone of the Cold Case Squad said.

Guridy-Cabral was caught because of a forensic trail he left at the scene of another murder he is believed to be involved in, police said.

“He was linked through DNA from another homicide,” Carbone said.

Carbone said a Jan. 22, 1996, homicide of a woman in Washington Heights ultimately led them to link Guridy-Cabral to the Valdez killing.

Cops tracked him down in Rhode Island in 1999 and obtained a DNA sample. But he fled to the Dominican Republic sometime after being questioned about the 1996 killing and was not charged in Valdez’s murder.

Guridy-Cabral was indicted in 2010 while he was in the Dominican Republic. He was taken into custody there and challenged his extradition, causing the two-year delay, police said.

He cannot be charged with the 1996 homicide and half-dozen other crimes, including rapes and murders, he’s suspected of committing in the Bronx and Queens because of a clause in the extradition agreement with his home country, police said.

He has previous arrests in New York for an alleged rape, a case that was dismissed because the victim did not cooperate, and driving with a fake license.

Carbone said the victim’s family still lives in Manhattan and the Bronx and are “very happy” that Valdez’s alleged killer is being brought to justice.


Dominican Watchdog Note | Anybody but me who wonder if he also killed somebody in Domincian Republic, these people usually don't stop......., and there are many more of them out there!!


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