DA: All 4 suspects in human remains case will keep GPS ankle monitors on

Steven Brown and Amanda Wallace were in court this morning.

News 12 Staff

Mar 11, 2024, 9:44 AM

Updated 67 days ago


The two suspects facing charges in the human remains case appeared in court this morning.
Steven Brown and Amanda Wallace were in court in Central Islip.
News 12 reached out to the district attorney’s office who said all four suspects in the case, including Brown and Wallace, will keep their GPS ankle monitors on them.
On Friday, there was a second court date for Alexis Nieves and Jeffrey Mackey. Both were ordered by a judge to keep their GPS monitors on.
All four suspects in the human remains case were released without bail and had to wear GPS ankle monitoring. They are also accused of hacking and scattering body parts across Babylon, West Babylon and Bethpage State Park.
None of the suspects are currently facing murder charges.
Police have not released much information on the victims except they are a 59-year-old female and a 53-year-old male both believed to be from Yonkers.

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