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mysteriew
06-05-2005, 02:29 PM
Mr. Nyce, 54, is charged with beating his 34-year-old wife, Michelle Nyce, to death in the garage of their residence on Keithwood Court in southwestern Hopewell Township late on the night of Jan. 16, 2004. She was returning home from a Route 1 motel-room rendezvous with her lover of one year, a landscaper who had worked on the Nyce property, according to the Mercer County prosecutor's office.
The prosecution says Mr. Nyce tried to make his wife's death look like the result of an automobile accident, putting her corpse behind the wheel of her SUV and driving it into Jacobs Creek. He then tried to hide all evidence of her killing, including blood stains, the prosecution claims.

http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?BRD=1091&dept_id=425744&newsid=14624614&PAG=461&rfi=9

mysteriew
09-24-2005, 07:38 AM
Convicted and sentenced, he was scheduled to go back to jail. Instead he was escorted by sheriff's deputies across the street to his attorneys office, where he changed into a suit and tie for an interview with Dateline.
Judge seems angry about this event.
http://www.nj.com/news/times/index.ssf?/base/news-0/1127463175178190.xml&coll=5

mysteriew
10-19-2005, 03:23 PM
Larkin came under a hail of criticism for not taking Nyce directly to jail and admitted last month he had made the wrong decision.

Yesterday, he said again that he had made a mistake.

"It may not have been the best decision I ever made, but there was nothing criminal about it," said Larkin, a Democrat who is seeking re-election. "I never had any doubt in my mind there was no criminality."

In a prepared statement, Bocchini criticized the sheriff. "Sheriff Larkin's decision . . . was inappropriate," the prosecutor said. He said allowing Nyce to be interviewed in his lawyer's office "posed serious security issues. In addition, the perception of preferential treatment for Nyce . . . cannot be condoned or tolerated."

He said the decision to allow Nyce to change clothes and sit for the interview outside the courthouse "was made solely by Sheriff Larkin."
http://www.nj.com/news/times/regional/index.ssf?/base/news-2/112970922336320.xml&coll=5

LaMer
08-21-2006, 01:03 PM
Larkin came under a hail of criticism for not taking Nyce directly to jail and admitted last month he had made the wrong decision.

Yesterday, he said again that he had made a mistake.

"It may not have been the best decision I ever made, but there was nothing criminal about it," said Larkin, a Democrat who is seeking re-election. "I never had any doubt in my mind there was no criminality."

In a prepared statement, Bocchini criticized the sheriff. "Sheriff Larkin's decision . . . was inappropriate," the prosecutor said. He said allowing Nyce to be interviewed in his lawyer's office "posed serious security issues. In addition, the perception of preferential treatment for Nyce . . . cannot be condoned or tolerated."

He said the decision to allow Nyce to change clothes and sit for the interview outside the courthouse "was made solely by Sheriff Larkin."
http://www.nj.com/news/times/regional/index.ssf?/base/news-2/112970922336320.xml&coll=5

I bought the book about this murder/trial. Not intentially, I was only looking for a new book to read.

If interested, it is Never Leave Me by John Glatt. Jonathan Nyce got away with murder!!!!! Found guilty by a jury of passion/provocation manslaughter! Unfrickin believable! IMO That is a new one to me!

The book was OK, not a great book. The case was interesting, but the author droned on and on about Jonathan's career in the beginning. I was tempted to throw it away, but I perservered! lol

This trial was to have been covered by CTTV, except the MJackson coverage interfered.

Sundayrain
08-22-2006, 12:52 PM
Whew, that sheriff still has his job huh?.........
Guess the Dateline crew won him over. They are a nice bunch of people, thats for sure.
My oh My .......murder the wife ......and get a slap on the wrist.
I might buy the book......and just skip-a-dee-do -da a lot of it.
Thanks LaMer for the info.http://www.websleuths.com/forums/images/smilies/angel.gif

kato
08-22-2006, 02:55 PM
I bought the book about this murder/trial. Not intentially, I was only looking for a new book to read.

If interested, it is Never Leave Me by John Glatt. Jonathan Nyce got away with murder!!!!! Found guilty by a jury of passion/provocation manslaughter! Unfrickin believable! IMO That is a new one to me!

The book was OK, not a great book. The case was interesting, but the author droned on and on about Jonathan's career in the beginning. I was tempted to throw it away, but I perservered! lol

This trial was to have been covered by CTTV, except the MJackson coverage interfered.

I just read that book last week. You're right he did get away with murder. He made me sick he was so full of himself. Probably still is. Those poor kids.