William Edelman Obituary, Death – According to a press release that was distributed on Wednesday, William S. Edelman Jr., who had reached the age of 65 at the time of his death, was discovered to be the owner of the remains that were discovered by Zachary Lysek, the coroner for Northampton County.

Terry Houck, the district attorney for Northampton County, was quoted on the website lehighvalleylive.com as saying that Lysek confirmed Edelman, a resident of Catasauqua, is the double murderer who was reported missing on March 24 by Catasauqua police. Lysek is the person who confirmed Edelman as the double murderer. Edelman is a person who formerly called Catasauqua home. Lysek and Houck exchanged some words with each other.

He shot and killed Alex Turoczi III, 37, of Saylorsburg, and James Yaple, 37, of Kunkletown, and seriously wounded Charles Gustin, of Nazareth, in a wooded area of Monroe County, according to the reporting that appeared in The Morning Call at the time. Edelman entered a plea in 1992 of guilty but mentally ill to two counts of third-degree murder and one count of aggravated assault, and he was sentenced to 15 to 30 years in prison

According to the findings of the coroner, two hunters discovered Edelman’s remains on Monday around 4:20 p.m. while they were hunting on state game lands in Moore Township. The discovery was made by the hunters. Moore Township is home to the State Game Lands that can be explored. After that, the hunters reported their find to the authorities of the township where they were located.

Following the discovery of Edelman’s remains and subsequent examination of those remains, Lysek was able to correctly identify Edelman as the deceased individual. At this point in time, investigations are still being carried out in order to determine not only what led to the death but also how it came about. The time that Edelman was seen alive for the last time on March 24 in Catasauqua is consistent, according to Lysek, with the date that Lysek believes Edelman passed away.