03-16-2015, 03:15 AM #1
NJ - Barbara Waterman, 28, & two girls, ages 4 & 14, Jersey City, 7 Feb 1994
A Jersey City woman, her 4-year-old daughter and a 14-year-old girl were found shot to death yesterday in the woman's apartment... The victims were identified as Barbara Curry, a 27-year-old employee of the city's Division of Youth and Family Services; her daughter, Bianca, and Felicia Council, a sister of Mrs. Curry's boyfriend, Robert Council.
The police said their bodies were discovered at 4:45 P.M. by Mr. Council and a neighbor. The police said Mrs. Curry was on the living-room floor and Ms. Council was on the couch. The daughter was found shot to death in the bathroom, her body stuffed in the toilet bowl...
Residents of Lafayette Gardens, the three-story, 500-unit apartment complex where Mrs. Curry lived, said she returned home at 9:30 A.M. after dropping Mr. Council at his workplace. The police said her apartment keys were still in her hand when her body was examined.
The first episode of the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office's "Hudson County Cold Case" will air tomorrow with the aim of jump starting stalled cases by reviving them in the public eye...
The first show will feature the 1994 homicide of Barbara Waterman, 28, who was found shot to death along with her 4-year-old daughter and a 14-year-old girl at 312 Woodward St. in the Former Lafayette Gardens housing complex.
03-04-2016, 05:32 AM #2Registered User
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Public's help sought in solving 1994 Jersey City triple murder
The Jersey City triple-murder of a woman, her daughter and another young girl has remained unsolved for more than two decades -- and for the family, the wound remains unhealed.
"I hope the Prosecutor's Office is still investigating the case and reviewing the evidence because it is still unsolved," Jersey City Councilwoman-at-Large Joyce Watterman said today of the Feb. 7, 1994 murders of her sister-in-law Barbara Waterman, 28; Waterman's daughter Bianca Wilson, 4, and Felicia Council, 14.
Watterman, who spells her last name differently than Barbara, said "fresh eyes" on a cold case can make a difference, and noted that "technology has changed." But the councilwoman declined to say more because the murders remain a source of great pain for the family.
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