Hampton Bays Man Convicted in 2020 Murder of Romantic Rival From Sag Harbor - 27 East

Hampton Bays Man Convicted in 2020 Murder of Romantic Rival From Sag Harbor

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Alcides Lopez Cambara  of Hampton Bays was found guilty in the 2020 murder of Marco Grisales of Sag Harbor.    COURTESY SUFFOLK COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Alcides Lopez Cambara of Hampton Bays was found guilty in the 2020 murder of Marco Grisales of Sag Harbor. COURTESY SUFFOLK COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Kitty Merrill on Dec 14, 2022
Alcides Lopez Cambara’s murderous jealousy and greed ensured that Marco Grisales would never celebrate another birthday, Suffolk County District Attorney Raymond A. Tierney said in a press release announcing a... more

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