Autumn Pasquale’s parents pressed for a strong sentence for the 16-year-old neighbor who admitted strangling their 12-year-old daughter to death while stealing her bicycle.
One year after his daughter’s murder, a New Jersey father is suing her killer’s parents to hold them responsible.
It was a day of sadness and reflection Sunday as dozens gathered to celebrate the life of Autumn Pasquale.
Sixteen-year-old Justin Robinson is serving 17 years. His older brother, who was originally charged in the case, is now living with relatives.
Looking over family photos, Mary Pasquale cannot believe it has been almost a year since her granddaughter Autumn was strangled.
Less than a year after 12-year-old Autumn Pasquale was killed, one of the brothers first charged in her murder was released from a youth correctional facility Tuesday.
A teen who confessed to killing a 12-year-old Gloucester County girl will spend 17 years in prison.
Justin Robinson pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter in the strangulation death of Autumn Pasquale, 12, in Clayton, NJ.
A New Jersey teen has pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter in the death of a 12-year-old girl who disappeared last fall while out riding her bike.
It has been almost nine months now since two Gloucester County teenagers were arrested and charged with the beating death of a neighbor girl in Clayton.
Autumn Pasquale’s mother took her ex-husband to court, claiming she had been stripped of access to the $100,000 fund and wasn’t being included in plans for a marker on the girl’s grave.
A planned rally calling for two teen brothers accused of killing 12-year-old Autumn Pasquale to be tried as adults did not happen Tuesday.
Three months after a 12-year-old New Jersey girl was killed, her divorced parents are in a court battle over control of a memorial fund and headstone for the girl’s grave.
There was another closed door hearing Tuesday in Woodbury, New Jersey for a pair of teens charged in the murder of a 12-year-old Autumn Paquale.
“I need 30 minutes with any of these top officials, and I can show them at least 12 mistakes Mr. Dalton’s office made in the first 24 hours,” an uncle of the 12-year-old murder victim says.