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Body In Car Identified As Missing Elmont Woman


The body of a woman found in a car in Brooklyn last week has been identified as Rose Ormejuste of Elmont, a spokeswoman for the New York City medical examiner’s office said Tuesday.

The body found in a car in Brooklyn has been identified as Rose Ormejuste, who was reported missing on June 24, the same day her son Dario Ormejuste was arrested for murdering his father and brother.

Sources had previously confirmed the body found was Rose Ormejuste, 65, after her 1998 Lexus was discovered on Avenue J in Brooklyn with the body in the trunk. A spokeswoman for the New York City medical examiner’s office reported that her death has been ruled a homicide, due to gunshot wounds to the victim’s head.


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Ormejuste was reported missing on June 24—the same day her son, Dario, was charged with killing his 65-year-old father, Bob Ormejuste, and 30-year-old brother, Guerby Ormejuste.

The confirmation comes three weeks after Dario was arrested for the murders of his father and brother. Police were initially called to the family’s 238th Street home after Guerby failed to report to his job on Riker’s Island.

Dario is being held without bail at Nassau County jail.

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