The children of former Cooper Health System CEO John Sheridan say the investigation into their parents’ deaths last September was sloppy and misdirected from the start.
Rich covers Nevada Senator Harry Reid’s decision not to seek re-election, SEPTA agreeing to take anti-Muslim ads on their buses and a lawsuit that resulted from a negative online review. He also talked to Lenore Skenazy, author of the blog Free Range Kids.
The following statement has been issued by the sons of John and Joyce Sheridan regarding the results of the investigation by the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office.
The Somerset County prosecutor’s office said Friday that a medical examiner ruled John Sheridan’s Sept. 28 death a suicide. They say that the ruling supports their conclusion that he killed his wife, Joyce, before setting their home ablaze.
The Courier-Post spoke with a family relative who claimed he was told the couple was stabbed several times.
Prosecutors in Somerset County confirm that 40-year-old Matthew Sheridan, who lived with his parents, was arrested the same day his parents were killed in an arson fire, but say the two incidents are unrelated.
A prominent New Jersey political figure and his wife who were found dead after a fire erupted in their bedroom were remembered Tuesday by relatives, friends and three governors for their public service and rich family life.
Chris reviewed the resignation of Secret Service Director Julia Pierson, the latest of the Ebola case in Dallas, and the FCC’s consideration to ban the term “Redskins.” He also talks with Senator Pat Toomey at 8:20.
Officials in Somerset County announce the preliminary results of an ongoing fire investigation reveal that the deadly fire in the home of Cooper Health CEO John Sheridan is deemed to have been intentionally set.
A spokesman for the Somerset County prosecutor’s office says they’ll have more to share when the state medical examiner releases preliminary findings on the deaths, expected Tuesday.
Cooper University Health System has announced the death of president and CEO John Sheridan and his wife, Joyce, Sunday.
No one was hurt in either incident, both of which occurred during the day, and suspects were quickly apprehended.
The higher education committees of the New Jersey assembly and state senate got an earful on the highly charged proposal to have Rowan take over Rutgers University’s Camden campus.