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Nicholas Tartaglione is a retired Police officer from upstate New York. He was arrested for the killing of four men that were found buried near a rental house near Orange County, New York. [2]  

 

career

Tartaglione started his career as a law enforcement agent in the 1990s. His first participation in a Police department began for Mount Vernon and Pawling Police department. He joined the Briarcliff Manor Police department in 1996. [4]  

 

While at Briarcliff Manor, he had a tumultuous time as he was suspended in 1999 following his arrest on perjury charges Westchester prosecutors accused him of lying at a Department of Motor Vehicles hearing regarding a drunk-driving arrest he had made. Tartaglione was acquitted at trial but the village fired him on departmental charges. [4]  

 

In 2003, he successfully sued to get his job back with $320,000 in back pay. He claimed that authorities concocted the perjury allegation as a way to remove him from the force, but his wrongful arrest lawsuit against the village and District Attorney’s Office was dismissed. [4]

 

He also had a feud with Clay Tiffany, a cable television host and gadfly who accused Tartaglione of beating and harassing him on numerous occasions. Tiffany, who died last year, settled a federal lawsuit against the village and Tartaglione, receiving more than $1.1 million. [4]

 

In addition to his law enforcement career, Tartaglione was involved for years in animal rescue efforts, helping his parents who ran a dog-grooming business, Dapper Dog, in Nyack, New York. He was rescuing horses and dogs on a 65-acre property he recently bought in Orange County. [4]


He retired from the police in October 2008 with an annual pension of $65,176. He had applied earlier this year to join Mount Vernon Police Department and give up his pension. [2]

 

Drug Conspiracy, Murder, and Death Penalty

On Monday, December 19th, 2016, Tartaglione was arrested and charged with killing four men whose bodies were dug up from a farm he bought after neighbors reported a horrific stench. Their bodies were dug up the following day on December 20th in Orange County, New York[4]

 

The killings were of Hector Gutierrez, Martin Luna, Miguel Luna and Urbano Santiago who were last seen in the town of Chester, New York back in April, 2016. Authorities used a backhoe to excavate the bodies at a 72-hectare farm in Otisville, New York. The property was purchased by Tartaglione for more than $500K in 2015. [5]

 

Federal authorities have stated that the murders were part of a conspiracy to sell more than five kilograms of cocaine, federal authorities state. At the time of their disappearance, the men worked in construction and farming a the Likquid Lounge - owned and operated by the brother of Tartagalione, Michael. [6]

 

He has been accused of murdering the men, and for his role in a conspiracy to distribute cocaine. Tartaglione has pleaded not guilty and remains in custody, and could face the death penalty or life in prison without parole if convicted. [7]

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