Body found in residential trash and dead woman on New Jersey highway
A landlord found the decomposed remains of a person inside a garbage bag in a vacant apartment on Beatty Street in Trenton, New Jersey.
In another area of the state, in West Windsor, a woman was found dead on a road ayer in front of the restaurant “Buffalo Wild Wings”. The victim was described as being in his 40s. Authorities said her identity would not be released until her relatives were notified, the station reported. NJ101.5.com.
In the Trenton case, the man was cleaning up the property and reported the body to authorities on Friday, authorities said yesterday. The bag was found inside a multi-family home that houses three units.
The owner told News 12 that he had evicted the last tenant because the unit was in poor condition and neighbors complained of a horrible stench. When he finally went inside to clean up, that’s when he discovered the garbage bag with what he believed to be the remains of a woman.
The owner, who did not want to be named, said it was a “very small body” and what do you think the evicted tenant had a girlfriend who lived with him who had disappeared.
According to Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office, the circumstances of the death and the identity of the victim are under investigation, pending the results of an autopsy, reported NJ.com.
The county Homicide Task Force is investigating. Anyone with information can contact 609-989-6406 or by email at [email protected]
In a similar case, in August of this year a man was found dead inside a trash compactor chute in a Brooklyn (NYC) building.
In the summer of 2021, the body of a woman who had been hired as an “escort” in a luxurious apartment on Wall St (NYC) was dumped in the trash in a quiet residential area of New Jersey.
At the end of 2020 newborn twins were found dead in a residential backyard in the Bronx, next to the garbage. And in the summer of 2018, a woman was found dead inside a trash compactor in a luxury building near Union Square, Manhattan.