She Watched Her Mother Be Killed 12 Years Ago. She Met the Same Fate.

Police investigating the spot near Barretto Point Park in the Hunts Point section of the Bronx where the limbs of Lisa Velasquez, 25, were found on Tuesday.

The police arrested two suspects Wednesday night in connection with the killing of a woman whose body parts were found stuffed in trash bags at two Bronx parks over the past week.

One of the suspects, Daquan Wheeler, 31, has been charged with murder, manslaughter, concealment of a human corpse and two other charges, the New York Police Department said. The second suspect, Ciara Martinez, 30, was charged with the same five crimes, the police said early Thursday.

No additional information about the suspects was immediately provided.

Word of the arrests came just hours after the police identified the deceased woman as Lisa Velasquez, a missing 25-year-old who lived in the Melrose Houses. The authorities said she had been beaten to death and dismembered.

“I want to thank the men and women of the 42 Detective Squad, Bronx Homicide and all who worked on the murder case of Lisa Marie Velasquez,” Chief Dermot F. Shea said in a tweet on Wednesday night. “Your collective efforts led to those responsible for her murder.”

Parkgoers discovered Ms. Velasquez’s arms and feet in three trash bags underneath a pier in Barretto Point Park in Hunts Point on Tuesday night. Her head and torso were found on Friday about two miles away near Crotona Park, the police said.

Ms. Velasquez had been missing since Aug. 21, and her relatives posted a message on Facebook asking for help in finding her.

Investigators on Wednesday were searching a four-family apartment building at 1006 Longfellow Avenue in the Bronx, a police official said. Detectives came and went from the two-story building in white hazmat suits, carrying bags to a white tent surrounded by signs saying crime scene.

Late Wednesday, the police said that the two suspects lived in Apt. 1F of that building.

A medical examiner ruled that Ms. Velasquez’s death resulted from “multiple blunt-impact injuries” that fractured her skull.

Ms. Velasquez, who went by the nickname Izzy, was raised during her teen years by her grandmother in a 14th-floor apartment in the Melrose Houses, a housing project on Courtlandt Avenue in the South Bronx known for gang conflicts, relatives and neighbors said.

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Her short life had been marked by violence. Her mother, Marilyn Ginel, nine months pregnant, was stabbed and strangled in 2006 by a romantic partner, who was later convicted of murder, her relatives said. Ms. Velasquez and her two younger siblings witnessed their mother’s death. She was 12.

An aunt, Jacqueline Perez, said Ms. Velasquez had moved out of her grandmother’s apartment a couple of years ago, but still visited frequently. The family last saw her on Aug. 21, when she dropped by to pick up a bag. “She left in a rush and said she had to help a friend in danger,” her aunt said. Her relatives did not know who she meant or where she had been living.

“It’s really heartbreaking the way she was tortured,” her aunt said. “For Christ’s sake, she didn’t deserve that.”

Three passers-by, two women in their 30s and a 63-year-old man, discovered the bags containing Ms. Velasquez’s limbs on Tuesday shortly after 7 p.m. on the Barretto Point Park shoreline.

The victim’s left foot was jutting out of a bag that also contained her left arm and was found underneath the Tiffany Street Pier; a second bag was empty; an unopened third bag contained her right arm and leg, the police said.

The toenails on her left foot were painted, and a woman’s shirt was also found near the remains, the police said.

Last Friday, a seasonal Parks Department worker found Ms. Velasquez’s head and torso in a trash bag near a sidewalk outside Crotona Park.

Discoveries of human remains are rare, but not unheard-of, in New York.

The Bronx case was similar to the discovery of a woman’s remains in Canarsie Park in Brooklyn in April. The police believe that woman, Brandy Odom, 26, was killed before her limbs were severed.

Ms. Odom was identified by her mother after the authorities disclosed that her torso had the word “Chocolate” tattooed above her left breast.

There have been no arrests in Ms. Odom’s case and the police said their investigation was continuing.

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She Watched Her Mother Be Killed 12 Years Ago. She Met the Same Fate.

Police investigating the spot near Barretto Point Park in the Hunts Point section of the Bronx where the limbs of Lisa Velasquez, 25, were found on Tuesday.

The police arrested two suspects Wednesday night in connection with the killing of a woman whose body parts were found stuffed in trash bags at two Bronx parks over the past week.

One of the suspects, Daquan Wheeler, 31, has been charged with murder, manslaughter, concealment of a human corpse and two other charges, the New York Police Department said. The second suspect, Ciara Martinez, 30, was charged with the same five crimes, the police said early Thursday.

No additional information about the suspects was immediately provided.

Word of the arrests came just hours after the police identified the deceased woman as Lisa Velasquez, a missing 25-year-old who lived in the Melrose Houses. The authorities said she had been beaten to death and dismembered.

“I want to thank the men and women of the 42 Detective Squad, Bronx Homicide and all who worked on the murder case of Lisa Marie Velasquez,” Chief Dermot F. Shea said in a tweet on Wednesday night. “Your collective efforts led to those responsible for her murder.”

Parkgoers discovered Ms. Velasquez’s arms and feet in three trash bags underneath a pier in Barretto Point Park in Hunts Point on Tuesday night. Her head and torso were found on Friday about two miles away near Crotona Park, the police said.

Ms. Velasquez had been missing since Aug. 21, and her relatives posted a message on Facebook asking for help in finding her.

Investigators on Wednesday were searching a four-family apartment building at 1006 Longfellow Avenue in the Bronx, a police official said. Detectives came and went from the two-story building in white hazmat suits, carrying bags to a white tent surrounded by signs saying crime scene.

Late Wednesday, the police said that the two suspects lived in Apt. 1F of that building.

A medical examiner ruled that Ms. Velasquez’s death resulted from “multiple blunt-impact injuries” that fractured her skull.

Ms. Velasquez, who went by the nickname Izzy, was raised during her teen years by her grandmother in a 14th-floor apartment in the Melrose Houses, a housing project on Courtlandt Avenue in the South Bronx known for gang conflicts, relatives and neighbors said.

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Her short life had been marked by violence. Her mother, Marilyn Ginel, nine months pregnant, was stabbed and strangled in 2006 by a romantic partner, who was later convicted of murder, her relatives said. Ms. Velasquez and her two younger siblings witnessed their mother’s death. She was 12.

An aunt, Jacqueline Perez, said Ms. Velasquez had moved out of her grandmother’s apartment a couple of years ago, but still visited frequently. The family last saw her on Aug. 21, when she dropped by to pick up a bag. “She left in a rush and said she had to help a friend in danger,” her aunt said. Her relatives did not know who she meant or where she had been living.

“It’s really heartbreaking the way she was tortured,” her aunt said. “For Christ’s sake, she didn’t deserve that.”

Three passers-by, two women in their 30s and a 63-year-old man, discovered the bags containing Ms. Velasquez’s limbs on Tuesday shortly after 7 p.m. on the Barretto Point Park shoreline.

The victim’s left foot was jutting out of a bag that also contained her left arm and was found underneath the Tiffany Street Pier; a second bag was empty; an unopened third bag contained her right arm and leg, the police said.

The toenails on her left foot were painted, and a woman’s shirt was also found near the remains, the police said.

Last Friday, a seasonal Parks Department worker found Ms. Velasquez’s head and torso in a trash bag near a sidewalk outside Crotona Park.

Discoveries of human remains are rare, but not unheard-of, in New York.

The Bronx case was similar to the discovery of a woman’s remains in Canarsie Park in Brooklyn in April. The police believe that woman, Brandy Odom, 26, was killed before her limbs were severed.

Ms. Odom was identified by her mother after the authorities disclosed that her torso had the word “Chocolate” tattooed above her left breast.

There have been no arrests in Ms. Odom’s case and the police said their investigation was continuing.

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