A part-time poker player from New York State has committed suicide after murdering his ex-wife and attempting to kill his current girlfriend…
34 years old Vincent Maiolicaof East Meadow in New York, committed the murder-suicide to 12th of March in Massapequa Long Island, New York, audio of his savage attack was picked up on a nearby CCTV camera.
According to the Nassau County Police Department, Maiolica savagely stabbed his wife, Irene Spantopanagos, 29, to death and attempted to murder a 22-year-old womanconsidered his new partner.
After neighbors alerted the police, all three were found covered in bloodsome reports indicating that Maiolica had hanged himself.
Irene Spantopanagos, who had a 17-month-old child with Mailoica, was pronounced dead that day, with Maiolica dying the next day in hospital. The unnamed 22-year-old remains in critical condition in hospital.
A GoFundMe page organized to help the family of Irene Spantopanagos with their expenses, describes it as follows:
“Irene’s pure heart and personality touched everyone who had the chance to know her. Thank you for the love and support you have shown our family during this horrible time. We appreciate all the love and support given to us. Please pray for all of Irene’s family and friends and especially for her granddaughter.
Majolica has a Hendon Mob List eight receipts recorded totaling $27,532which includes a $15,000 min. cash in the 2015 WSOP Main Event. His most recent money comes from 2020 WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Openin Hollywood, Florida.
A 2plus2 thread links to a previous incident in which Maiolica was the victim of an assault outside a Long Island restaurant in 2013.
Last year, a poker playing DJ and TwitchTV streamer, Mario ‘YouPayMyF458’ Zwanzleitneralso murdered his partner before committing suicide.
The 32-year-old had already served a prison sentence for the attempted rape of an 86-year-old woman and his FB page was described as “a mixture of conspiracies/delusions (Covid-politics/stiff messages), narcissism, xenophobia and catastrophically low intelligence.”
Zwanzleitner’s live tournament record dates back to 2007 with a total of $83,895 in earnings.
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