Couple found dead in multimillion-dollar home in Monmouth County

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HOLMDEL - The bodies of an adult man and woman have been discovered at a home in a mulitimillion-dollar housing development, reports the Asbury Park Press.

The Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office confirmed that they are investigating the deaths of the man and woman, although they provided no additional information on the victims or their deaths.

Property records show that Arshad Zarak and Asma Hussain signed the deed for the property on July 21 for $1.66 million. The couple, who are listed in the mortgage documents as husband and wife, took out a mortgage for $1.15 million.

Deaths of hospital CEO and his wife ruled murder-suicide

The deaths of John and Joyce Sheridan were a murder-suicide, report says

The deaths of John and Joyce Sheridan were a murder-suicide, report says

 

SOMERVILLE – A hospital executive who spent decades as an important figure in New Jersey politics and policy killed his wife, set their house ablaze, then killed himself, a prosecutor ruled, finally giving an explanation six months later for the mysterious deaths, according to CBSNews.com.

Woman jumps 12 stories to her death from New Brunswick parking deck

A woman jumped to her death from this parking deck in New Brunswick, NJ.

A woman jumped to her death from this parking deck in New Brunswick, NJ.

 

A 50-year-old nurse jumped to her death from a parking deck in New Brunswick on June 5, 2014.

The woman, who is from Crosswicks in Burlington County, “fell to her death as the result of an apparent suicide,” police Capt. J.T. Miller said in a statement.

Bear kills Rutgers student out for a hike

Darsh Patel took this photo with his phone moments before he was attacked by the bear. (police photo)

Darsh Patel took this photo with his phone moments before he was attacked by the bear. (police photo)

WEST MILFORD – Rutgers University student Darsh Patel of Edison was attacked and killed by a 299-pound black bear in Apshawa Preserve – about 45 miles northwest of New York City.

Officials say the attack was the first fatal bear-human encounter on record in New Jersey.