It was a day of sadness and reflection Sunday as dozens gathered to celebrate the life of Autumn Pasquale.
A teen who confessed to killing a 12-year-old Gloucester County girl will spend 17 years in prison.
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.
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.
After the 12-year-old Gloucester County, NJ girl went missing in mid-October, the story took a tragic turn to an ending few could comprehend.
A judge has denied news organizations access to court hearings in the case of two teenage brothers accused of killing a 12-year-old southern New Jersey girl.
Prosecuters have filed motions to have the pair tried as adults, which, if granted, could put them behind bars for life if convicted.
A Family Court judge in Gloucester County, NJ is considering a motion to open to the news media the proceedings related to the murder of a Gloucester County girl last month.
Prosecutor Sean Dalton says the gravity of the case should move it to adult court.
Autumn Pasquale, the 12-year-old Clayton girl found murdered this week, was laid to rest amidst hundreds, if not thousands of family, friends and neighbors Saturday. This as a pair of teenaged neighbor boys stand accused of killing her for her bicycle.
Jaime Kaigh, an attorney hired by the parents of murder victim Autumn Pasquale, requested privacy for them as they get ready to bury their daughter.
Autumn Pasquasle, 12, was reported missing from her home on Saturday night, only to be found dead two days later in a neighbor’s recycling can.
The 15 year-old girl charged with two counts of aggravated arson and six counts of attempted murder appeared in court on Tuesday for a second detention hearing.