Police Search for South Jersey Man Suspected of Killing Estranged Wife
New Jersey State Police are searching for a Cumberland County man suspected of murdering his estranged wife in her home in Commercial Township early Monday.
Here is the bulletin the police have posted on their Facebook page requesting help locating the suspect...
"Detectives with the New Jersey State Police Homicide South Unit and Troop "A" Criminal Investigation Office are investigating the murder of a woman in Commercial Township, Cumberland County.
At 8:05 a.m. this morning, troopers responded to a private residence on Raymond Drive for the report of a deceased woman. Upon arrival, troopers discovered the woman unconscious and unresponsive. A preliminary investigation has determined that Jeremiah Monell, 32, from Cedarville, N.J. killed his estranged wife and is wanted for murder.
He is a white male, 5’9’’, approximately 140 pounds and was last seen driving a 1994 blue Chevrolet S10 pickup with New Jersey license plate, X91GJV.
Jeremiah Monell has been charged with murder and related weapons possession, with bail set at $1 million.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the New Jersey State Police Port Norris Station at 856-785-0036. Anonymous tips are welcome.
This an active investigation and no additional details will be released at this time."