By CBS3 Staff

GREENWICH TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — A South Jersey man who led authorities on a nationwide manhunt has confessed to 16 murders, prosecutors say. Sean Lannon, of Greenwich Township, is a suspect in the murder of 60-year-old Michael Dabkowski in New Jersey and is suspected in four murders in New Mexico.

One of the victims is his ex-wife.

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Lannon told the court 11 of the other victims are drug dealers.

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A judge ruled Lannon is a flight risk. He remains in a Salem County jail cell.