Guilty Pleas in Death of Alexander Martuscello in Amsterdam

Raymond Matros

Anthony Matros


Christopher Malave

Three Montgomery County teens are headed to prison for their roles in the death of Alexander Martuscello back in March. 

Prosecutors say Martuscello was in the wrong place at the wrong time when Raymond Matros fired a shot through the front door of a house on Glen Avenue in Amsterdam. 

Matros, his brother Anthony, and Christopher Malave were reportedly looking for another person in the house to settle a dispute over drugs. 

All three pleaded guilty to manslaughter charges in October. 

Raymond Matros will serve 24 years. 

Anthony Matros and Malave will each serve 10.

Photo: Mug Shots/Alexander Martuscello Obituary

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