A New York City man accused of killing three people in Rapid City made his first appearance in court
Rapid City, SD – According to the court documents, the accused man made his first appearance in Pennington County Court, five months after the triple homicide.
According to the court documents, Arnson Absolu, 36-year-old, is charged with three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Charles Red Willow, Ashley Nagy and Dakota Zaiser.
According to the police report, Red Willow, a 26-year-old from Rapid City, and Nagy, a 29-year-old from Greeley, Colorado, were found dead Aug. 24 from multiple bullet wounds inside a car at the park.
The body of Zaiser, local resident, was found in some woods outside the city about a month later. The police officials think that all three killings may be related to drugs.