The Wild Case of Dumped Body Parts & a Suspected Deadly Love Triangle

The Wild Case of Dumped Body Parts & a Suspected Deadly Love Triangle

On March 6, police confirmed that four arrests had been made in connection with the investigation into the scattered parts.

Steven Brown, 44, Jeffrey Mackey, 38, Amanda Wallace, 40, and Alexis Nieves, 33, each pleaded not guilty to charges of concealment of a human corpse, tampering with physical evidence and hindering prosecution.  

Following their arraignment, the four were released under the condition they wear GPS monitors and report in weekly with probation officers, Suffolk County Police confirmed to NBC News. The charges are considered non-violent offenses under New York law and did not require that bail be set.

Brown, Mackey and Wallace’s known address is an Amityville (yes, that Amityville) home that police searched March 4, according to a police news release.

Brown’s attorney Ira Weissman told NBC New York that his client “did not kill anyone and did not take part in any of this.” Mackey’s lawyer John Halverson said his client “maintains his innocence and we look forward to our day in court.” Attorney information for Nieves and Wallace wasn’t immediately available.

Halverson also told the station on March 8, following a brief court appearance for Mackey and Nieves, that the pair are “in a relationship.” Both declined to comment when approached by reporters outside the courthouse.

Brown and Wallace are due back in court March 11.

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