Family fights to keep 13-year-old Valley Stream girl’s murderer behind bars
A man who admitted to brutally murdering a 13-year-old Valley Stream girl over three decades ago could soon walk free.
Further Coverage: Valley Stream family of murdered teen fights to keep killer behind bars
Family of murdered Valley Stream girl pleads for killer to remain in prison Robert Golub, of Valley Stream, up for parole after murdering 13-year-old Kelly Ann Tinyes
Newly launched campaign ensures crime victims are heard when changes are made to state's parole system
Robert Golub admitted to killing his neighbor, Kelly Ann Tinyes, on Horton Road in 1989.
Golub is serving 25 years to life in prison, but he is up for parole in November.
The victim’s family is fighting to ensure that he remains in jail.
“I just think about the fear that she had, and I think about him getting out and doing that to another girl,” says Richie Tinyes, Kelly Ann Tinyes’ brother.
The Tinyes family will go in front of the parole board on Oct. 6.
They have a website centered around their fight to keep Golub in prison.
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