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A woman was found stabbed to death and left on a kitchen floor. Police have arrested two suspects.

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Source: MEGA

Sep. 30 2021, Published 7:49 p.m. ET

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Two men have been arrested in connection with a fatal stabbing where the victim was left on a kitchen floor, according to a report.

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Charles Bierly, 23, and James Alberto, 33, were charged with homicide for the murder of Judith Comisky, 52, according to Wilkes-Barre City police.

Comisky’s death was ruled a homicide by the Luzerne County coroner when the autopsy showed she was stabbed to death, according to WBRE.

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Comisky’s friends went to visit her at her residence on Sept. 16, and they called 911 when they found her body dead on the kitchen floor, according to WBRE.

Police say a man identified as Jared Coletta was a roommate renting from Comisky, and he informed police Comisky and Alberto were speaking with each other, WBRE reported. Coletta told police Alberto believed Comisky was working with police on a case and knew the password for the lock Comisky had on the side door.

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In the affidavit obtained by WBRE, a witness told police Alberto lived with Comisky until they had a falling out two weeks before her death.

The witness also said Comisky and Alberto had had fights in the past about drugs and money, WBRE reported.

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The witness said Alberto was at the U.S. Gas in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on Sept. 16 before to Comisky’s death, according to WBRE.

Surveillance video provided by the gas station proves Alberto and Bierly were present, WBRE reported. Home surveillance video provided to police showed both Alberto and Birely wearing the same clothing at the gas station as they did when they arrived at Comisky’s home.

Alberto and Birely were taken into custody by Wilkes-Barre and Luzerne County detectives, according to police.


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