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New Jersey Manor House Fire: Brother was discovered by neighbor half an hour before the fan; society saves the dead family

Brother of a mansion man whose family was struck before the structure was interrupted was discovered in his residence for…

Brother of a mansion man whose family was struck before the structure was interrupted was discovered in his residence for about half an hour before the fire was started, a neighbor said Wednesday when a society came together to take care of the loss. [19659002] The neighbor, who requested not to be identified, told Asbury Park Press that 51-year-old Paul Caneiro stayed close to his home in Ocean Township until noon.

Caneiro was accused Wednesday and set fire in his own home Tuesday in Ocean Township, allegedly using gasoline to set up the structure ablaze while his wife and two daughters were inside. No one was injured in the fire, which was reported at 5 o’clock on Tuesday. Less than eight hours later, the fire that destroyed his brother’s home around 1

2:30 was reported about 19 miles away in Colts Neck, said the authorities.

The neighbor in Ocean Township who lives two houses away said he saw 51-year-old, his wife and two daughters after the morning and that of the daughters even asked to use their bathroom.

This image was released by Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, Paul Caneiro, who charged the prosecutor on Wednesday, November 21, 2018 with increased fire brigade.
(Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office)

“They were big neighbors, very friendly. This is unexpected news,” said the neighbor of Asbury Park Press.

Caneiro’s brother, Keith Caneiro, was found found dead until Tuesday on the lawn at his Manor in Colts Neck. Inside, the authorities found the remains of his 45-year-old wife, Jennifer Caniero, and their children, 11-year-old son Jesse and 8-year-old daughter Sophia. Officials said that all four were victims of “homicidal violence”.


Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni tried to assure the public that a random assassin was not loose in Colt Neck’s rich society, which is also home to some celebrities.

“We believe this family was in some form or courage,” he said, adding that he could not confirm or deny that Paul Caniero was a suspect in the slayings.

Keith Caneiro and Jennifer Caneiro, who were killed in their New Jersey mansion after officials responded to a fire at home on Tuesday.
Former police and federal mafia prosecutor Joe Peters told the “FOX & Friends” murder and the fire at the mansion a “very strange and bizarre circumstance” and gave insight into where investigators probably focused

“It’s a closed circle. You have no random assassin You do not have random victims you need to identify, “said Peters. “You still have to identify the bodies inside the house, unfortunately, before you can load a murder.”

Peters added that because the headlight seems to be focused on Paul Caneiro, there may be several possible motivations if he faces charges related

“They were in business together, in two companies, it’s motive number one,” he said .


Keith and Paul Caneiro were partners at a technology company in Asbury Park called Square One. All four members of Keith Caniero’s family were “victims of violence against violence,” the prosecutor said, adding that there was no indication of suicide.

Holders of Colts Neck came together on Wednesday night on the steps in the City Hall to remind the family, reported.

In this image, a video provided by WABC firefighters fights a mortal fire on Tuesday, November 20, 2018 in Colts Neck, NJ

Mayor JP Bartolomeo told the crowd gathered for the light in the light in the light that Caneiros would be seen in the city that went to school sports events or at local stores and were well-known.

“I” d lie if I stood here saying that it was easy, he told the audience. “We lost four really nice people from our society, which I happened to be friends with, what my boys were friends with.”

Firemen carry a stranger to a fatal fire at Willow Brook Rd. Tuesday, 20 November 2018 in Colts Neck, N.J.
(AP Photo / Noah K. Murray)

Colts Neck, about 50 miles south of New York City, is home to a number of celebrities, including Bruce Springsteen. The former “Daily Show” hosted Jon Stewart and his wife runs an animal shelter there. Queen Latifah sold her mansion there in 2015. Current and former members of the band Bon Jovi have also called it home.

Associated Press contributed to this report.

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