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    NJ - Nicole Angstadt, 15, found dismembered, Rio Grande, 29 Nov 2015



    http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/c...c54941ffd.html

    Nicole Angstadt led a rebellious, troubled life cut short by her killing last month in Middle Township. The 15-year-old Erma teenager, whose body was found Dec. 14 in the crawlspace of a vacant Rio Grande home, had a tumultuous family life with only sporadic public instruction in school...

    Police records indicate officers paid regular unwelcome visits to the family’s ranch-style home on Willow Drive, a residential street a short walk from the empty home where her body was found. Police knocked on the family’s front door for noise complaints, truancy and domestic disputes...

    Records of those calls for service show the first police visit was in 2004 and often involved the parents reporting Nicole, a fraternal twin, having run away from home after an argument... The last time Nicole ran away, she never came home.
    http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/n...df25eaef0.html

    Two men on Friday were charged with the rape, murder and dismemberment of a 15-year-old Lower Township girl whose body was found in December in a vacant house.

    Derrick Powers, 23, and Charles Mosley, 33, both recently of Middle Township, were charged Friday with killing Nicole Angstadt, whose body was found in a crawl space of a vacant Rio Grande home on Dec. 13.

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    So very sad. RIP.
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    I'm glad they caught the animals that did this. I hope they rot.
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    Prosecutor says defendant admits raping, dismembering Nicole Angstadt - August

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    Charles Mosley, one of two suspects awaiting trial for the murder of Nicole Angstadt, allegedly admitted to detectives that he raped and dismembered the 15-year-old Lower Township girl, prosecutors told a state judge Thursday.

    Appearing at his arraignment in state Superior Court Thursday, Mosley, 33, recently of Middle Township, pleaded not guilty to charges of murder, aggravated sexual assault, criminal trespass, endangering the welfare of a child, conspiracy and disturbing human remains. He is being held on $1 million bail at the Cape May County jail.

    Mosley’s attorney, Ed Weinstock, of Atlantic City, requested a reduced bail for his client, saying the defense will argue that Mosley’s co-defendant, Derrick Powers, 23, committed the murder.

    First Assistant Prosecutor Rob Johnson opposed the request for lower bail, telling Superior Court Judge John Porto that Mosley had admitted to raping and dismembering Angstadt when talking to investigators.

    “With regard to the murder, the state believes there is good evidence that Mosley was involved in killing the victim. We believe we have strong proof,” Johnson said.
    Second suspect in Angstadt killing pleads not guilty - September

    http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/n...d0a19771d.html

    Derrick Powers, one of two suspects charged in connection to the rape, murder and dismemberment of Nicole Angstadt, pleaded not guilty Friday morning.

    But First Assistant Prosecutor Rob Johnson said in Superior Court on Friday that authorities have shoe print analysis, forensic hair evidence and testimony from a number of people, including Powers' own brother, linking him to the crime.
    Johnson said the state’s evidence against Powers includes tapes containing recorded conversations of people involved in the case and forensic evidence from the crime scene. More information will be released Nov. 18, when the two sides meet in court again for a discovery hearing.

    One of the tapes captures a conversation with Powers’ brother, 21-year-old LaQuan D. Harris, Johnson said. Harris and Powers were charged with two unrelated armed robberies in Cape May County prior to Powers being charged with Angstadt’s murder.

    Harris is not charged in connection to Angstadt’s death, but he may be a key to the case for both sides. Ed Weinstock, the attorney for Charles Mosley, the other suspect charged in the murder case, said at Mosley’s arraignment last month that Harris made a phone call from the teenager’s phone after her death.

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    Suspect in Angstadt killing a no-show for status hearing

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    Charles Mosley, 33, recently of Middle Township, is being held nearby at the Cape May County jail, but he didn’t make it to the courtroom.

    “It’s my understanding that there are issues getting him over here,” Ed Weinstock, Mosley’s attorney, told Superior Court Judge John C. Porto on Friday.

    Derrick Powers, 23, also recently of Middle Township, the other suspect charged in Angstadt’s killing, did show up for Friday’s status hearing.

    Friday’s hearing provided no major updates to the case against the two suspects, but shed light on some evidence prosecutors plan to use against them.
    Powers faces charges of first-degree murder, robbery, conspiracy to commit murder, conspiracy to desecrate a body and endangering the welfare of a child.

    Johnson said the state is offering him a plea deal that would result in a 45-year prison sentence.

    Mosley was charged with murder, aggravated sexual assault, criminal trespass, endangering the welfare of a child, conspiracy and disturbing human remains.

    At Mosley’s arraignment, Judge Porto said the Prosecutor’s Office had a plea offer for 30 years in prison on the table.

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    Prosecutor expects trial for two men charged in Angstadt case

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    The case of two men accused of killing 15-year-old Lower Township resident Nicole Angstadt will likely go to trial rather than be resolved through a plea deal, First Assistant Prosecutor Rob Johnson told a Superior Court judge Friday.

    “We were not close to resolving the matter,” Johnson said at a status hearing for Mosley. “It’s a situation where it’s very unlikely that I would let one defendant plead and try the other one.”

    “I do intend not to plead either of these defendants, and I do intend to try them,” Johnson told Judge John C. Porto.

    Mosley’s attorney, Ed Weinstock, said he expects to file a motion to sever his client’s case from Powers, in effect creating two separate cases and potential trials.

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    Angstadt case moves forward with major hearing set for May

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    A major hearing was arranged Friday that could set the stage for a potential trial in the case involving the killing of 15-year-old Nicole Angstadt.

    The hearing May 17 will decide whether the two men charged with murder in connection to Angstadt’s death will be tried jointly or separately.

    First Assistant Prosecutor Rob Johnson, who insisted again Friday he expects the case to move to trial, wants the men, Derrick Powers and Charles Mosley, to stand trial together.

    But defense attorneys for the two suspects worry that if Mosley and Powers are tried together, one of their statements could be used to implicate the other, which could violate the defendants’ Sixth Amendment rights.

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    More information revealed about suspects charged in Angstadt killing

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    Judge John Porto said there wasn’t enough justification to move the case out of Cape May County. It was one of two decisions Porto made during a lengthy hearing in which new details of the case emerged.

    Porto also directed First Assistant Prosecutor Rob Johnson to prepare redacted statements Derrick Powers and Charles Mosley previously made to police.

    No final decision was made on whether the men will be tried together or separately, but Porto directed Johnson to produce the redacted version of the statements. Then, the defense attorneys will review the documents and the court will step in to handle any objections or disagreements, Porto said.


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    I pass the house where Nicole was found.....often. I always think of her then. Hope these two rot.
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    Next Step in Angstadt Murder Case Scheduled to Take Place Dec. 19

    http://www.capemaycountyherald.com/n...abdc3159b.html

    The motions hearing Oct. 24 had not even begun when Porto expressed frustration at delays that had once again pushed back the hearing from Sept. 27 to the current date.

    When the hearing commenced, Johnson announced that an unnamed witness had delivered to authorities, sometime between Sept. 13 and 27, a letter purportedly written by Mosley in which the defendant attested to his role in the murder.

    Johnson told the court that he planned on turning the letter over to a handwriting analyst following a forensic study by the Federal Bureau of Investigation that will look for DNA and fingerprint evidence, at which point the letter would be presented to the defense.

    Johnson, however, could not provide a timeframe for that evidentiary release stating, “Since (the Oct. 1 shooting spree in) Las Vegas, the FBI has been consumed with that investigation” and does not have the readily available assets it usually has at its disposal."

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    Accused killer pleads guilty in 2015 slaying of Nicole Angstadt

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    Charles Mosley, 34, formerly of Middle Township, admitted in Superior Court to choking the 15-year-old Angstadt to death. Prosecutors will recommend Mosley be sentenced to 30 years in prison.

    Murder charges against a second man, Derrick Powers, were dismissed as a result of Mosley’s guilty plea.

    Cape May County acting Prosecutor Robert Johnson, who has been prosecuting the case since it began, said the family consented to the signing of the plea agreements.
    Powers, 25, also formerly of Middle Township, faces 10 years in prison as a result of an agreement in which he pleaded guilty to several charges, some of which were unrelated to the Angstadt case.

    In his testimony, Powers said he broke into the Vermont Avenue house and gave Angstadt large quantities of marijuana and alcohol the day she was killed.

    For those actions, he pleaded guilty to third-degree child endangerment and third-degree burglary.
    http://www.capemaycountyherald.com/n...283980c7d.html

    For Mosley, the charge of first-degree aggravated manslaughter will land him in New Jersey State Prison for either 25 years and six months (followed by five years of probation), or 30 years, with the determination being made at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 5, 2018.

    Powers will serve at least 85 percent of a 10-year sentence for first-degree armed robbery in relation to the Dec. 8, 2015, robbery; a sentence that will also allow the concurrent serving of a seven-year sentence for the Dec. 5, 2015, second-degree robbery charge, and two four-year sentences for third-degree endangering a child and third-degree burglary.

    Powers will be sentenced at 10 a.m. Feb. 8, 2018.

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    Mosley Gets 30 Years for Killing Angstadt

    Charles Mosley was sentenced Feb. 5 by Judge John Porto, of the Cape May County Superior Court, to 30 years in New Jersey State Prison and is subject to the No Early Release Act, which requires Mosley serve 85 percent of the sentence before he can be released.
    'Burn in hell,' Nicole Angstadt family tells Charles Mosley at sentencing

    The family of a 15-year-old girl found brutally slain in a vacant Middle Township home confronted the girl’s killer at his sentencing Monday, telling him to “burn in hell” for the 2015 killing of Nicole Angstadt.

    “You beat her. You raped her. You cut up her body. What kind of person can do that to another person?” Heather Bradley, Angstadt’s sister asked Charles Mosley during his sentencing.

    "You scarred everyone here today," she continued. "I can't count to you how many times I have sat up all night long crying about my sister that I will never see again. So while you have all the luxuries of sitting there in jail, which one day you're going to hit the streets again. My little sister is never coming back. Never. She'll never be here again."
    Derrick Powers gets 10 years in crime linked to Angstadt killing

    An area man initially charged in the murder of 15-year-old Nicole Angstadt was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to armed robbery, robbery, burglary and endangering the welfare of a child.

    On Thursday, Schreiber told the judge that had Mosley not confessed in a letter to another prisoner, Powers would have faced a murder trial, instead of sentencing on lesser charges. Now, Schreiber said, it is time for changes to be made to the “pre-sentencing investigation,” or PSI.

    While Assistant Prosecutor Rob Johnson agreed the PSI should be correct, it should not minimize Power’s involvement in the events that resulted in the teen’s killing. Armed robbery, robbery and burglary, he argued, are all serious crimes.



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