PROSECUTOR: NJ Man Charged with Murdering His Orthodox Jewish Landlord

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    NEW JERSEY – A Mays Landing man has been charged with fatally stabbing his landlord, authorities reported.

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    Michael Carney, 39, was arrested on Wednesday and faces charges of murder and weapons offenses, according to a news release from the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office.

    Multiple 911 calls were made shortly before 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, reporting that a stabbing was taking place at 798 Park Road.

    When officers arrived, they found the landlord, Solomon Lonner, 49, of Lakewood, inside the home with multiple stab wounds.

    Carney was arrested at the scene after police identified him as the suspect.

    Lonner was later pronounced dead at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center.


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    Jonny b goode
    Jonny b goode
    12 days ago

    BDE. What else to say.

    Jack Ciattarelli
    Jack Ciattarelli
    12 days ago

    Multiple calls to 911 went unanswered?! Our beloved government would never let us down. That’s why we pay the highest taxes in the land.

    Jonny b goode
    Jonny b goode
    12 days ago

    911 is useless in most areas now. In my world concealed carry is my 911. I don’t say that as bravado but as fact. Police response since defund police has been horrendous. Gd forbid I ever have to remove my firearm from its holster but I can’t very on 911 and that’s a fact

    lazy-boy
    lazy-boy
    11 days ago

    It is a real shame that America is really going down hill, violence, drugs, ultra liberals in charge….

    Yaakov S
    Yaakov S
    12 days ago

    BDE. What an animal! That being said, c’mon folks. How could anyone these days, in real estate, and many other fields of business, possibly interacting with not the best of character, go out and about without carrying a firearm. (Even if not for business but for personal self protection). It would have saved his life. Let his memory and this horrible story not be in vein and be a warning to all others. And now for the Torah perspective: ושמרתם מאוד לנפשותכם

    Texas Yid
    Texas Yid
    12 days ago

    It’s more difficult to get a gun permit in NJ than it is in NY.

    Dr Schreber
    Dr Schreber
    10 days ago

    Wondering what the New York Post headline will be…

    Rena We
    Rena We
    7 days ago

    What happened to the Shomrim in your community? They should be working with the police. If you are depending on 911, then get a pistol permit. Today the pistol is your protection. The police do not protect the citizens even though we pay their salaries. In today’s news reports, it’s your gun that will protect you and your family and it’s sad to admit. BDE. The killer will go free with the Leftists judges and DAs.