State Wrap: Missing Woman Murdered, Patients Allegedly Fondled
Other top stories include man charged with making terroristic threats at his child's school and firing of Jets general manager and Basking Ridge resident Mike Tannenbaum.
Authorites have charged a Woodbury man in the slaying of a missing woman whose body was found in a clothing-collection bin early Monday morning.
A Metuchen man was charged Wednesday with sexual assault and criminal sexual contact after he allegedly touched two different women “in a sexual manner” at a medical office in Fort Lee, Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli announced.
The father of a student at the Atlantic County Special Services School was arrested last week and charged with making terroristic threats directed at the school, Atlantic County Sheriff Frank X. Balles announced Wednesday.
The body of missing 26-year-old North Plainfield resident Manuel Antonio Guevara was recovered after the lake was partially drained.
Basking Ridge resident Mike Tannenbaum was fired Monday as New York Jets general manager after 15 years with the team.
Before the casket draped with an American flag was placed on the back of a Lanoka Harbor fire truck to be transported to its resting place, bagpipes sounded to “Amazing Grace.” An emergency scanner went off with a member of the Ocean County Sherriff’s Department speaking in honor of Daniel Inglis Jr.
“You will be sorely missed but not forgotten. Rest in peace Daniel,” the scanner said.
Inglis, 25, of Lanoka Harbor — a police officer with the Union City Police Department and a volunteer with the Lanoka Harbor Fire Department — died on Monday, a year and six days after he suffered paralyzing injuries due to a motor vehicle accident.
Three young men charged in 2010 with the death of Abelino Mazariego, a 47-year-old Summit resident, pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter in the case, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow said.
A former Woodbury resident was sentenced to 50 years in state prison for the brutal 2002 murder of a West Deptford woman that remained unsolved for many years.
A 21-year-old Newark man was arrested Dec. 29 in Bloomfield for impersonating a police officer and carrying an arsenal of guns and bullets — including hollow-point bullets — in his car, according to police.
An Atlantic City man was sentenced to 25 years in state prison for his role in an armed robbery that resulted in the death of a White Horse Pike gas station owner in 2007, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced Friday.