Orsolya Gaal Death News – ‘Murder’ suspect David Bonola has ‘returned to his home in Queens to discuss an on-and-off matter’, NYPD cops say

THE suspect arrested in the Orsolya Gaal murder case has returned home to discuss their affair, according to the NYPD.

Sources said David Bonola, 44, had no premeditated plan to murder the mother-of-two and killed her after their conversation did not go well.

On Thursday, Bonola was arrested and charged with murder, criminal tampering and criminal possession of a weapon, the NYPD told The Sun.

What exactly happened to the mother-of-two remains a mystery, although investigators suspect Gaal knows her killer.

Gaal sat alone at a bar near her Forest Hills home for 40 minutes on Friday before heading to her home, where investigators now believe she was killed on the first floor, the New York Post reported.

Coroners also revealed that Gaal was stabbed 58 times after her body was found locked in a sports bag and dumped near her home in Queens, New York.

The alleged murderer reportedly texted her husband, Howard Klein, threatening him: “Your whole family is next,” police say. Klein was out of town when Gaal was killed.

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  • Gaal spotted waiting for someone

    Gaal was reportedly seen sitting alone in a local bar for 40 minutes the night she was killed, waiting for someone.

    It is currently unknown if the mother has already met the person she seemed to be waiting for.

  • Bonola was treated for his injuries

    Bonola was treated for injuries to both hands after the attack, police said.

    The suspect was photographed walking down the street with bandages on his hands.

  • Items found

    After the sports bag was found with Gaal’s body, police also discovered a jacket, which was believed to have been worn by Bonola, along with boots, a t-shirt and bloody bandages.

  • Bonola stuffed Gaal’s body in his son’s bag

    David Bonola allegedly stuffed the body of Orsolya Gaal into his own son’s hockey bag, then drove to hospital to treat his injuries before being arrested.

    Bonola, a handyman, showed up at Orsolya’s home, and the two had a fight before he allegedly murdered her in her home.

    After her murder, the killer was seen rolling her body around the neighborhood in a black Bauer hockey bag at 4:30 a.m. Saturday before leaving it in the middle of a sidewalk about nine blocks away.

    Police later revealed that the hockey bag belonged to Orsolya’s son.

  • Messages from Bonola to Gaal, conclusion

    In another Facebook post, Bonola wrote: “[music note emoji] Tu mirada enamorada”, which roughly translates to “your loving gaze”.

    The comment appears to be a reference to the 1999 song Tu Mirada by Luis Miguel.

    In the song, Miguel sings, “Your loving gaze / In my entangled dreams / It’s passion wrapped in fire / Like the wind through the flames.”

    Later in the song, Miguel repeats, “It’s passion wrapped in fire / Because without you I’m nothing.”

  • Inside Bonola’s chilling messages to Gaal, continued

    In a comment posted on a different photo months later in July 2019, Bonola wrote, “She’s the most beautiful woman.”

    Similar flattering messages are seen on Facebook posts from May 2020.

    Underneath a childhood photo of Gaal, Bonola wrote “Hola” with a heart emoji.

  • Inside Bonola’s Chilling Messages to Gaal

    David Bonola, who is charged with the brutal stabbing death of a New York mother, has raved about her in social media posts.

    Bonola, 44, was charged Thursday with murder, criminal tampering and criminal possession of a weapon in connection with the death of Orsolya Gaal, 51, who was found dead in Queens on Saturday.

    Bonola told cops he had an affair with Gaal on and off for the past two years.

    Posts on Gaal’s Facebook page show Bonola publicly admiring the married mother, commenting on a photo of her in Guatemala in April 2019 and writing, “Love these streets and architecture! [sic] This landscape and the giant volcano. , and you [heart emoji].”

  • Why was David Bonola arrested, continued

    He dumped the bag in the middle of a sidewalk less than a mile from her home.

    The nature of Gaal’s injuries and the fact that there were no signs of a break-in inside her home led police to believe that Gaal had been murdered by someone she knew.

    NYPD sources told the US Sun that the handyman confessed to the murder during questioning on Wednesday evening.

    He reportedly told officers he had an affair with Gaal and the pair had a falling out before brutally stabbing her nearly 60 times.

  • Why was David Bonola arrested?

    David Bonola has been arrested for allegedly murdering Gaal at his $2 million home in Queens, New York.

    He was taken into custody at the NYPD 112th Precinct on April 20.

    Gaal’s killer was filmed rolling his body around the neighborhood in a black hockey bag at 4:30 a.m.

  • Who is David Bonola?

    David Bonola, 44, was charged with murder, criminal tampering and criminal possession of a weapon on April 21, 2022, the NYPD told The Sun.

    Law enforcement officials told The Sun he worked as a handyman for Gaal and lived near her in the Richmond Hill neighborhood of Queens.

    Bonola has no criminal history.

  • Has Gaal’s family spoken?

    His family has yet to speak publicly about Bonola’s arrest.

    Gaal’s husband, Howard Klein, was out of town visiting potential colleges with their eldest son at the time of his death.

    Their youngest son, 13, is believed to have been in bed upstairs when his mother was killed.

    He was temporarily detained by police after Gaal’s body was found, but released shortly thereafter.

  • Gaal in contact with several men

    Sources told ABC New York affiliate WABC that Orsolya Gaal was in contact with at least three men the night she was killed.

    One of them was David Bonola, who was charged with her murder.

  • “I heard you were looking for me”

    Detectives decided to pick up David Bonola and were in his neighborhood around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday when he approached officers and said, “I heard you were looking for me,” according to ABC-7.

  • The suspect allegedly confessed to the murder

    The handyman charged with the stabbing death of Orsolya Gaal, whose body was found in a sports bag over the weekend, allegedly confessed to the murder during questioning last night, NYPD sources have said at the US Sun.

    David Bonola, 44, was charged on Thursday with murder, criminal tampering and criminal possession of a weapon in connection with the death of Gaal, 51, who was found dead in Queens on Saturday.

  • Who was arrested for Gaal’s murder?

    On Thursday, David Bonola, 44, was arrested and charged with murder, criminal tampering and criminal possession of a weapon, the NYPD told The Sun.

  • She came alone, she left alone’

    A Forest Hills Station House official told the New York Post on Wednesday that Orsolya Gaal came in at 11:24 p.m. Friday, had her “usual Moscow mule,” then left alone around 12:30 a.m. Saturday.

    “She came alone, she left alone,” said bar manager Gabriel Veras.

    “Every time I’ve seen her in my tenure here, she’s always had a Moscow mule or two, maybe a bite to eat.”

    “I never really saw her come here with anyone else or leave with anyone else,” Veras added.

  • Gaal sat alone at the bar before he died

    Orsolya Gaal sat alone in a local bar for 40 minutes before returning home the night she was killed, police sources quoted by the New York Post as saying.

    Investigators believe Gaal’s killer entered the house and killed her on the first floor, then took her body to the basement, the sources revealed.

  • A grieving former colleague

    Orsolya Gaal’s former colleague Ross Rubin shared a tweet about his friend’s death.

    “Our kids used to play together when they were young,” he wrote.

  • Friends cannot comment

    Gaal’s husband has yet to respond to a US Sun request for comment.

    When reached by phone, friends of Gaal said they were unable to speak to the press under NYPD instructions.

  • Orsolya Gaal may have hit back

    Orsolya Gaal’s injuries suggest she fought back after being stabbed more than 50 times, according to law enforcement.

    Coroners revealed she had been stabbed more than 50 times and police found possible defensive cuts on Gaal’s hands and inside her fingers.

    Additionally, Gaal suffered injuries to his neck, torso and left arm.

  • Where is Orsolya Gaal from?

    Orsolya Gaal was living in Forest Hills in Queens, New York at the time of her death.

    The married mother of two is from Hungary.

  • The killer may have been “frightened”

    The location where Orsolya Gaal’s remains were eventually disposed of – in the middle of a sidewalk in a residential area of ​​Forest Hills, Queens – suggests the killer may have been ‘scared’ by someone or something , Robert Boyce, a thirty-five-year-old. NYPD veteran, told the US Sun.

    It could have been something like an early morning dog walker or the sound of an approaching car, he added.

  • Where did Gaal go to college?

    Orsolya Gaal attended the Budapest Business School College of International Management and Business, according to her Facebook profile.

  • On the Facebook page of Orsolya Gaal

    Orsolya Gaal’s Facebook profile shows many photos of her with a dog, and some with New York in the background.

    On New Year’s Eve, Gaal posted a photo of her family with the caption, “Happy New Year to you all dear friends and family!
    Hoping that 2022 will be a good year!”

  • Orsolya Gaal’s latest social media post

    A few days before her tragic death, Orsolya Gaal posted a photo of herself with a dog on Facebook.

    On the evening of January 13, the mother changed her Facebook profile picture to one of her holding a dog in front of a New York City skyline.