Police officers gather Wednesday, 21 November 2018 in Colts Neck, N.J., to investigate the persecution of lethal fire that killed…
COLTS NECK, NJ – The latest in the mansion in New Jersey where two adults and two children were found to be killed (all times local):
Prosecutors have publicly assured that a murderer is not loose in connection with New Jersey Manor Farm, which is now a survey of fire brigade and triple killings.
Brother of the man killed on the grass in the burned Colt’s Neck House has been charged with a worsening fire department in another house fire that occurred hours before the mansion. But the prosecutor in Monmouth County said Wednesday afternoon that he could neither confirm nor deny that Brother Caniero was a suspect in his relatives Keith Caneiro, his wife, Jennifer Caniero or their two children.
Paul Caniero is accused of firing his own Ocean Township home, about seven hours before the mansion was reported. It was not immediately known if he had retained a lawyer.
Prosecutors say the four people were found dead at the site of the New Jersey mansion fire has been identified as a husband and wife and their two children, each of which was a victim of “homicidal violence “before the fan was intentionally set.
Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni says Keith Caneiro was found shot outside Colts Neck Mansion. The others were found inside the burning home Tuesday.
He says he can not say if the other three are also taken care of. They were severely burned, making examination difficult.
The evolution came hours after Caneiro’s brother, Paul Caneiro, was charged with forced fire brigade. He is accused of firing in his own Ocean Township home, about seven hours before the mansion fire was reported. No attorney information is available.
Gramiccioni says that Caneiro worked together at a technical company.
The authorities have arrested brother of the man who records the show owned by the New Jersey mansion where two adults and two children were found to be dead after a fire.
Prosecutor Monmouth County on Wednesday charged Paul Caneiro with aggravated fire brigade. He was accused of setting fire in his own home in Ocean Township.
The fire took place early Tuesday morning before the authorities responded to a flame at the Colts Neck Palace owned by Caneiro’s brother Keith and Keith’s wife Jennifer.
The authorities believe that the fire was intentionally suspended. They waited for autopsy to determine how the four people died and identified them.
Paul Caneiro and Keith Caneiro are listed as managers of a technology company, Square One.
Prosecutor expects to release more information later on Wednesday. Lawyer information for Caneiro was not immediately available.
New Jersey authorities continue to investigate the location of a manor fire, believed to be deliberate where two adults and two children were found dead.
The prosecutor’s office in Monmouth County says that the fire Tuesday in a mansion in the exclusive city of Colts Neck can be linked to another fire about 16 kilometers away in the Ocean Township.
The victim’s name has not been officially released. But real estate records show the 5,700 square foot house where the bodies were found owned by Keith and Jennifer Caneiro.
The second fire occurred at a home called Paul Caneiro.  Paul Caneiro and Keith Caneiro are listed as heads of a technical company, Square One.