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Police pull more evidence from Levi Aron's home
KENSINGTON, Brooklyn (WABC) -- Police in Brooklyn are still looking into the events leading up to the murder eight-year-old Leiby Kletzky.
Levi Aron's apartment is still a very active crime scene three days after he was arrested for allegedly killing and dismembering the little boy.
First a matress, then the box spring, followed by bags of other evidence.
It was all taken Saturday from Levi Aron's home on East 2nd Street in the Kensington section of Brooklyn.
Police are saying nothing new about their investigation but neighbors are still saying plenty about their outrage at the allegations that Aron kidnapped, killed, then dismembered the body of eight-year-old Leiby Kletzky.
"It's horrible, disgusting, I'm shocked. He's a monster," one neighbor said.
Aron, who reportedly confessed, but then pleaded not guilty to murdering the boy, is now being held in a psychiatric ward, undergoing evaluations, at Bellevue Hospital. His attorneys say they are considering an insanity defense as police close out their day inside Aron's home, gathering final clues in such a gruesome crime.
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