A suspect was accused early Thursday of the merciless killing of Queens mother Orsolya Gaal — with numerous sources telling The Post he was her jack of all trades ex-darling.
David Bonola, 44, was arrested and accused of homicide, criminal altering and criminal ownership of a weapon over the merciless end of the week wounding, the NYPD affirmed early Thursday.
Various sources told The Post that Bonola was the jack of all trades remembered to have additionally been Gaal’s darling — and that he gave a full admission after his capture.
He was gotten because of a couple of blood-splashed boots left at Gaal’s dignified Forest Hills home after she was wounded almost multiple times in the early hours Saturday, sources said.
Bonola, from Richmond Hill, has no earlier captures, as per cops.
A Facebook account under his name previously commented on some of Gaal’s photos — as well as sending her public messages of “love” and “heart” emojis.
Orsolya Gaal/Facebookunt under his name recently remarked on a portion of Gaal’s photographs — as well as sending her public messages of “affection” and “heart” emoticons.
“Es la mujer más hermosa” — Spanish for “She is the most wonderful lady” — he composed close by one photograph of her in May 2020, alongside a becoming flushed face emoticon canvassed in hearts.
That message additionally incorporated an emoticon of Guatemala’s banner, months after Gaal posted that she cherishes “everything Guatemalan” — and a year after she posted photographs of her own outing to the Central American country.
“Your eyes in affection,” he additionally wrote in Spanish to a screen capture that May of her presenting during a Zoom party with companions.
That very month he additionally posted a heart and a straightforward “Hola” to a youth photograph of Gaal — one she posted sandwiched between two spouting accolades for her better half, with photographs from their big day.
That same month he also posted a heart and a simple “Hola” to a childhood photo of Gaal — one she posted sandwiched between two gushing tributes to her husband, with photos from their wedding day.
The scantily used account, which suggests he was a scriptwriter, also sent a heart to a photo Gaal posted in October 2019 of her in a field. The mom gave a thumbs up to his comment each time.
Neither appeared to be officially listed as friends Thursday on their accounts, including another under his name that was used a little more regularly.
Gaal, 51, went out to a show at Lincoln Center with friends on Friday evening — and then hung out at a bar in her neighborhood, seemingly as if expecting to meet someone who never showed, sources said.
Once home, she was repeatedly stabbed and then stashed in a black Bauer hockey bag similar to one belonging to her kids.
Grainy video from a neighborhood doorbell camera caught a mysterious figure lugging the bloody duffel bag away from the Gaal home around 4:30 a.m.
A local resident walking his dog found the remains about four hours later.
Police quickly suspected that the killer knew Gaal since there were no signs of a break-in, and because the violence suggested it was personal and fueled by anger specifically toward her, sources said.
They focused on her handyman, understanding that he had a romantic relationship that went south, sources said.
Bonola confessed that he struck after an argument, police sources said.
Gaal’s 13-year-old son was upstairs in the house at the time his mom was brutally murdered downstairs, and was briefly taken to a precinct for questioning, saying he did not know where his mom was.
Her 53-year-old husband, Howard Klein, was in Oregon with their 17-year-old son visiting colleges at the time.
Klein told police he’d received a text from his wife’s phone after her death that warned, “Your whole family is next,” according to law enforcement sources and WPIX.
As he flew home to New York Saturday, he told The Post that he feared his whole family could be in danger.
“There are concerns about our safety,” Klein claimed. “Our lives are at risk.”