This Is Why You Shouldn't Loan Out Your Home For Drug Murders

Jonathan Vilma doesn't play for New York anymore and hasn't lived in his Long Island condo for two years, but that doesn't mean he should let his drug-dealing "cousin" carry out executions in the kitchen.

The former Jet has not been accused of any wrongdoing, but police would like to know why two suspected drug dealers were murdered in his condo outside of New York City. Neighbors got suspicious when five men came to the home on Thursday (one of whom claimed to be Vilma's cousin), backed a truck into the garage, closed the door for a few minutes, then drove off a short time later. Oh, and two shots rang out in the interval and a bullet came through a neighbor's wall. Real smooth.

Then later that night, two bodies were found dumped in Queens—both with holes in the back of their heads—and let's just say it only took one episode of "Law and Order" to put that puzzle together. The mysterious "cousin" is still on the loose and obviously police sources say they would like to know who Vilma has been giving his keys to.

POLICE INVESTIGATE DOUBLE MURDER IN EX-JET JONATHAN VILMA'S LONG ISLAND CONDO [New York Post]