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Bridgewater Courier Information

NEW BRUNSWICK – A 28-year-old Edison man who was dealing with fees in two separate trials has been discovered responsible of the 2018 homicide of a New Brunswick man, one other tried homicide, and a weapons cost.

Christopher “C-Dub” Thompson was discovered responsible Wednesday of the Oct. 26, 2018 deadly capturing of 23-year-old Larenz O’Garro, Middlesex County Performing Prosecutor Christopher L.C. Kuberiet mentioned in a launch.

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Thompson additionally was discovered responsible of the tried homicide of one other man, illegal possession of a handgun, possession of a handgun for an illegal goal, and hindering his personal apprehension. He was discovered not responsible of tampering with proof, the discharge states.

In a separate trial, Thompson additionally was discovered responsible of being a sure individual to not be in possession of a handgun as a consequence of a previous conviction.

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Thompson’s sentencing is scheduled for March 27 by Superior Courtroom Decide Thomas Buck. He faces a jail time period of 30 years to life for homicide and should serve at the least 30 years in jail earlier than changing into eligible for parole. He additionally faces as much as 20 years in jail for tried homicide. As well as, he faces as much as 10 years in jail for being a sure individual to not possess a handgun.

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Middlesex County Assistant Prosecutors Bina Desai and Deanna Himelson introduced proof and testimony in a trial that started Jan. 9 that confirmed Thompson fatally shot O’Garro in New Brunswick following a associated aggravated assault by Eric “E-Z” Inman who was individually charged and pleaded responsible.

Thompson fled after the capturing. An in depth search to seek out him included efforts by the U. S. Marshals Service, the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Workplace and the New Brunswick Police Division. Thompson was apprehended by U.S. Marshals on Nov. 15, 2018 in Lithonia, Georgia.

Thompson and Inman had been charged following an investigation by New Brunswick Detective Kenneth Abode and Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Workplace Detective David Abromaitis.

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