Eleazar Yisrael is accused of killing Samuel Vacante.
Yisrael apparently had an affair with Vacante leading to the alleged murder.
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An investigation began after the victim’s estranged wife, Lisa Vacante, called Butler Township police on Aug. 31 to report Vacante missing along with his white 2014 Kia Cadenza. An initial search showed firearms, knives, watches and personal belongings to be among items missing from Vacante’s home at 20 Coventry Lane.
In the garage of the residence, discarded gloves and rags, which smelled of bleach, were found along with a discharged .22-caliber shell casing.
Yisrael was arrested by state police on Sept. 3 following a series of events linking him to the scene of the crime.
Vacante’s vehicle was found on Sept. 2 on Eighth Street, near Manhattan Court, in Hazleton, approximately 574 feet from the defendant’s home. Officers reported the license plate had been removed, the keys missing and the vehicle identification number blacked out with marker.
Exercising a search warrant, police found blood evidence in the passenger and trunk areas of the car and fingerprints inside the vehicle, which were tested and found to be Yisrael’s. One of the prints was located on the inside of the license plate, which had been stored in the trunk.
A receipt found in the center console led police to Walmart on Lunger Drive in Bloomsberg, where they obtained surveillance footage leading them to another man who identified Yisrael and the victim’s vehicle.
Investigators found the missing items belonging to Vacante in the garage of the Berwick home of an acquaintance of Yisrael’s, accoridng to court papers.
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