Dating site murderer

The brothers had talked about the site, because Jackson is also a member.

"Half of the profiles, they don't even put their real name," Jackson said.

"I see girls on there that their occupation is getting money.

I stay way away from them." Ray, the deputy chief, said it's unclear if Bustos used her real name.

Johnny Jackson told The Post that Hilarie, his brother, took Bustos to the same bowling alley the siblings used to go to as kids.

Jackson remembered his brother cracking jokes while wearing Florida State University colors, the school whose teams they cheered.

"And the smartest person can be taken in during the early stages of the dating process.

Except now it's more sophisticated and easier for someone to lie and cheat and fabricate because they can pretty much change their identity to make it fit a new reality." Scammers, Levin said, "are experts at presentation of self.

Still, stories exist across the country of people looking for love but finding violent criminals instead.

At a news conference, he said he suspected she was experienced with the scheme.

"Her comfort with the way this went, didn't seem like it was her first time," he said.

Hilarie was shot in the head and collapsed on the kitchen floor, Auburndale's Deputy Police Chief Andy Ray told The Post.

As Hilarie bled out, Ray said, the suspects went downstairs, pulled their car to the front of the apartment and began stealing the dead man's Xbox, i Phone and TVs -- valuables Bustos had spotted the night before.

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