On Friday night, the NYPD reportedly told John Umberger’s mother that six gang members had been arrested and charged with crimes, including criminal homicide.
Within the robbery ring that used a drug cocktail that killed her child and other violent offenders last June, days after he left a gay club. Dead in the city was John, a political consultant.
Two men were killed in December of last year after being robbed and poisoned with a fentanyl mixture. Six gang members have been indicted for their roles in the murders.
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On Thursday, a jury in Manhattan found three members of a gang guilty of murder, resulting in the issuance of arrest warrants. Accusations of robbery, grand larceny, and conspiracy have been filed against all six suspects, according to a source with knowledge of the case.
Det. John Umberger and Julio Ramirez were attacked as they left a gay bar in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen last year, and the six suspects were later linked to their deaths.
That was an answer to our prayers, and we are grateful,” Umberger’s mother, Linda Clary, told the Daily News. Still, as lifelong criminals, they continue to put the public in danger.
Opiate drugs laced with fentanyl and other dangerous drugs are suspected in the deaths of at least seven people, including Ramirez and Umberger.
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Gallagher’s murder seemed unrelated to that of Ramirez and Umberger. The perpetrators are likely another heist gang with a similar modus operandi, say sources.
The municipal Medical Examiner concluded earlier this month that Ramirez, 25, and One even, 33, died of “acute intoxication” from a cocktail of fentanyl, cocaine, ethanol, and other narcotics. A representative for the city medical examiner said both men’s deaths were the result of “drug-facilitated thefts.”
At first, authorities suspected a drug overdose had caused Umberger’s death. However, when Umberger’s money vanished, they began to reevaluate their assumptions.
The Official Report From The Police
The robbery hoax was first brought to light in November when NYPD Chief James Essig issued a warning, saying, “This is predicated exclusively on financial gain.” He claimed that multiple gangs were responsible for the thefts, but that their methods were remarkably consistent across the board.
Although Gallagher passed away on July 24th, the city’s forensic pathologist only recently determined that she died of “acute intoxication” from a combination of fentanyl, oxycontin, and ethanol; this was the same combination that killed Umberger and Ramirez. Her A-list clientele included Lady Gaga, model Chrissy Teigen, and actress Laverne Cox.
The Pennsylvania native was “an internationally-recognized fashion designer,” according to her online obituary; at the time of her death, she was preparing a collection for Fall 2022.
In a statement released on Friday. Katie Gallagher’s family said that they had been “working actively with the Police. NYC Office the Forensic Pathologist, and Nyc District Attorney to find answers surrounding Katie’s unexpected death” for the past eight months.
Although the events of today were upsetting. We are confident that they are a necessary step in our pursuit of justice for Katie. They said, “By coming forward with this information. We can set the record straight, hold those responsible accountable, and grieve in peace.”
Promising New Evidence
Ramirez, a social worker from Brooklyn. Was found unconscious in the backseat of a cab on the Lower East Side on the morning of April 21. She had been to the Ritz Restaurant and Lounge on W. 46th St.
In Manhattan, 16 people, mostly men, were reportedly drugged and stolen between September 19, 2021, and August 14, 2022. Half of them probably died from overdosing on the extremely lethal substances.
As they are unconscious and easier to rob, drug overdose victims are a prime target for criminals. The criminals then use the victims’ own money transfer apps to empty their accounts.
As of the end of November, police reported that they had apprehended four suspects in connection with robberies involving narcotics, but no one had been arrested in connection with the murders of Umberger, Ramirez, or Gallagher.