A man with a history of "emotional issues" used a hammer to bludgeon his mother, his sister and another woman to death in his Long Island home on Saturday, police said.
He is accused of using the hammer to beat to death his mother, Lynn Vanderhall, 58, his sister, Melissa Vanderhall, 29, and her friend Janel Simpson, also 29.
"When he came here last night and it looked like the doors were secured, he became enraged", Fitzpatrick said.
He has been charged with one count of attempted murder and three counts of second-degree murder and will be arraigned Sunday.
Bobby Vanderhall stayed in the house for a short time before fleeing, and was apprehended within a two-mile radius of the scene sleeping in a auto, said Nassau County Det.
Authorities said Vanderhall's behavior had become more troubling recently, leading his mother to obtain an order of protection against him.
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Bobby Vanderhall, 34, allegedly took a large hammer from Lynn Vanderhall's garage on Perry Street in Long Island around 1.15am and broke through a basement door. "Beautiful, outstanding people, that's what I want the world to know", said a family relative, Juanita Johnson.
"He went to the garage". Meanwhile, Bobby killed her sister's other friend Janel, who he found in a room upstairs, in the same manner.
Nassau County police say Bobby Vanderhall was captured Saturday following the early morning slayings. Police said she was also 29 years old.
He described his daughter and her friends as fun-loving women who went to Carnival in Trinidad and were planning to visit Cuba in the fall.
'These girls don't give problems, these girls just have fun, ' Simpson said.
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