NYPD arrests suspect in serial killings of elderly Brooklyn women

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The NYPD has arrested a suspect in the serial slayings of three elderly women in his Brownsville apartment building, the most recent from Monday.

Kevin Gavin strangled the victims at 393 Powell St. in the Carter G. Woodson Houses, law enforcement sources said.

The suspect is a handyman who confessed to the grisly slayings, telling cops that the victims owed him money, the sources said.

The most recent victim, Juanita Caballero, 78, was found in her sixth-floor apartment with a cord around her neck on Monday, police said.

In May of 2019, he allegedly fatally bludgeoned Jacolia “Jackie” James, 83, whose battered body was discovered by a family member.

He killed another elderly woman at the housing project in 2015, sources told The Post.

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