Saturday, April 7, 2012
Kimberly Adler's father has been charged with disturbing human remains after her skeleton was found in a house crawlspace.
Days after Kimberly Adler’s remains were discovered underneath a crawlspace of a Keansburg home, friends and neighbors preferred to remember her during happier times. “We grew up together,” said Nicole Souza, 28, of Keansburg. “She was a fun girl. We used to do cheerleading together. We'd rollerblade and ride bikes all the time. She came and slept at my house, I slept at her house.” There was nothing unusual about the Adler household, and the family of five appeared close, Souza said. Dennis L. Adler, Kimberly’s father and the person the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office said moved her remains to the crawlspace, was a nice and respectful man who worked constantly, according to Souza. Dennis, 57, had difficulty adjusting following the …
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Police arrested Dennis Adler, 57, after finding human remains in a crawlspace of his former home.
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Thursday, April 5, 2012
A Keansburg man is now facing second-degree criminal charges of "disturbing human remains" after the remains of his 23-year-old daughter were discovered under his home. Dennis Adler, 57, allegedly stored his daughter's body inside the Keansburg home for an unknown period of time starting in 2008 and then later transferred it to a crawlspace under it. According to the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office, police responded to a the Adler's Campview Place home at 1 p.m. on April 3 after a cleaning service reported finding skeletal human remains in the crawlspace. "Upon arrival at the scene, Keansburg police confirmed the discovery of skeletal remains at the location and contacted the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, and a joint …
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Neighbors speculate that the body was that of a missing person
Friday, November 25, 2011
Authorities have identified Marck S. McMurry of Keansburg as the robber who tried to hold up a PNC Bank in Edison and turned his gun on himself.
Middlesex County officials have determined the identity of the would-be bank robber who shot and killed himself in Edison Wednesday when confronted by police. Marck S. McMurry, 47, of Keansburg, was stopped from trying to hold up PNC Bank in the Tano Mall on Amboy Avenue yesterday by a guard who worked for an armored car company and who was in the bank during the attempted hold-up. McMurry was brandishing a 9 mm pistol and demanded cash, said Jim O'Neill, spokesman for the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office. The guard fired six shots and hit McMurry three times, in the arm, the back, and the neck. An autopsy found that none of the three wounds inflicted from those shots was fatal. McMurry had escaped, after being shot, across the Tano …