Categories: world

911 is called reveals when the neighbor found body in N.J. mansion murder

Breaking News Emails Get deleted news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday mornings. SUBSCRIBE…

Breaking News Emails

Get deleted news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday mornings.

By Minyvonne Burke

A neighbor living in the home of hit New Jersey businessman Keith Caneiro stumbled on his dead body and reported to a 91

1 sender that the house was in Fire.

In the sound, released on Wednesday by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, the man told the operator that he saw smoke coming from the back of Caneiro’s home. He also said that a “person lies” on the farm.

“Oh, my God, there is blood here,” the man hears and says he raises his voice. “It’s a corpse, it’s dead. Someone’s dead here.”

Paul Caneiro during his liberty hearing at the Monmouth County Superior Court in Freehold, New Jersey, November 30, 2018. Patti Sapone / NJ Advance Media via AP Pool

The sender told the man that he came to a safe area, according to the sound.

The authorities last week told Paul Caneiro, 51, his brother and then murdered Keith’s wife Jennifer Caneiro and their two children, Jesse and Sophia. They were all killed on November 20th.

Prosecutors said Keith, 50, had been killed. Jennifer Caneiro, 45, had been stabbed and shot. The children, Jesse, 11, and Sophia, 8, were killed dead. Jennifer and Keith Caneiro. Keith Caneiro via Facebook

Paul Caneiro is responsible for four counts of first-degree murder, degree possession of an unlawful firearm, third-degree possession of a knife for an illegal purpose and a count of obsolete arson in the second degree . He did not claim guilty at his first appearance last month.

Investigators said that after killing their family members, Paul Caneiro started a fire in his brother’s home. He then went to his own home in Ocean Township and began to cook there, according to prosecutors.

Monmouth County prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said it thought the subject was economical. The Caneiro brothers owned two companies together, a pest control company and a technical company.

Share
Published by
Faela