NYPD: Slaying suspect left apology note

Roses are left next to where the body

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Roses are left next to where the body of Michael Jones, left, a youth soccer coach in West Harrison, was found early Sunday morning outside the Levi's store in Manhattan. (Oct. 8, 2012) (Credit: News12/Getty Images)

The man suspected in the killing of a popular youth soccer coach for the Red Bulls left an apology note with his family at his Queens apartment before he fled to Mexico and also asked for forgiveness, a law enforcement official said Thursday.

"I'm sorry," Orlando Orea said in the note, according to a police official.

Orea, who police said is suspected of slashing and mutilating coach...

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