Scott Carroll Rapist Obituary | Has Died: From 1983 to 1987 the South Shore of Long Island was compromised by a persistent assailant nicknamed “the South Shore aggressor.” With a ski cover on, he attacked youngsters and women—one as energetic as 10 years old—while they snoozed in rooms in Babylon, Bay Shore and Islip.
In 1988, a 27-year-old Staten Island mechanical production system worker named Scott Carroll was prosecuted for 31 counts of attack and theft and sentenced to 650 years in prison. He passed on in Coxsackie Correctional Facility on Friday having done 33 years of his discipline, at age 60.
In 2017, he was denied parole. Because of most outrageous progressive censuring rules, it’s potential his term would have been covered at 50 years, delivering him at age 77 out of 2038.
Carroll was prosecuted reliant upon records of his voice played for his setbacks. Police and agents say he followed his setbacks for a serious long time and held a screwdriver to their throats during the attacks.
A 1988 article about the conviction in The New York Times indicates that another critical piece of verification from the primer was stuff taken from well known essayist Mario Puzo’s home in Bay Shore, one of Carroll’s burglary targets.
The New York State Department of Corrections site records Carroll as died as of Oct. 1 anyway doesn’t list a justification behind death. Loss support pack Parents for Megan’s Law and the Crime Victim Center welcomed the data on Carroll’s passing.
“Losses, their families, and bad behavior loss allies will by and by don’t have to fight to keep this perilous sexual stalker in prison and our organizations will not at any point need to pressure that Scott Carroll will pursue our for the most part powerless,” Executive Director Laura Ahearn communicated on Wednesday.