According to the prosecution, on Saturday, the prosecution said that surveillance video footage provided “overwhelming” evidence that the suspect murdered Tyres Haspil and his boss Tek Fahim Saleh.
In an offending ceremony held just after midnight, Halpill, 21, Saleh’s executive assistant, was ordered to bail without second-degree murder charges for a gruesome crime on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
Haspil allegedly stabbed his boss in Saleh’s $ 2.2 million Houston Street apartment after stabbing him and embezzling more than $ 90,000 – even though Dayalu Saleh offered to call police if Kipil Returned the money in installments.
Assistant District Attorney Linda Ford of Manhattan said surveillance video showed Haspil purchased and cleaning supplies at Home Depot.
The clothes killer was seen wearing surveillance footage from the clothing of the address found at Haspil’s Brooklyn home, and investigators were also able to digitally track Hasil from the crime scene.
“The evidence in this case is overwhelming,” Ford said during Haspil’s remote arrangement at Manhattan Criminal Court.
“He is on video surveillance before and after the crime. He has been identified by at least two individuals by videotape. “
A masked Hassfil allegedly followed him into the elevator of Saleh’s apartment just after 1:45 a.m. Monday afternoon, as soon as the elevator opened on Saleh’s seventh-floor property.
Saleh fell to the floor, and Haspil allegedly stabbed him several times in the torso and neck, Ford said.
Hashpill then left the apartment with Saleh’s body.
The next day, he allegedly visited Home Depot to buy Ara and other supplies, which he is believed to have used to cut Saleh’s limbs.
Sources said that The Post Haspil was in the process of allegedly cutting Saleh’s body and putting it in construction bags when his cousin played the buzzer of the apartment, causing him to run up the stairs.
Hrasil believes prosecutors on Tuesday did not explain why Haspil left the scene.
Ford confirmed that Haspill stole more than $ 90,000 from Saleh, who in 2018 founded Nigerian motorcycle ride-sharing company Gokada and an investment firm Adventure Capital.
When Ford discovered his money embezzlement, instead of going to the police, he and Saleh agreed to a payment plan to repay the money, Ford said in court.
Prosecutors are still determining Haspil’s intent, but he believes the murder revolved around theft.
“We are waiting for the record to determine whether [Haspil] Someone paid and whether the killing was motivated by a desire not to return that money or a fear that the victim may have reported it to the police, ”she said.
Judge Jonathan Whiteki ordered Haspil to be held without bail. His next court appearance is on August 17.