SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – A Middlesex County Grand Jury indicted a New Brunswick man with the stalking and killing of his ex-girlfriend and South Brunswick warehouse worker last summer.
According to a press release from Jim O’Neill of the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, Giver Quiroz-Vasquez, 25, of New Brunswick was indicted on charges of murder, stalking, unlawful possession of a weapon, and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose after allegedly shooting Alicia Martinez-Izaguirr, 24, of New Brunswick in the parking lot of a warehouse in South Brunswick on June 24.
According to police, Quiroz-Vasquez, also known as Gilberto Juarez-Vasques and Erik Morales Sandin, allegedly borrowed a friend’s 2004 Volkswagen Passat and followed his ex-girlfriend to the Docks Corner Road warehouse where she worked at 7 a.m. on the morning of June 24, 2015 and shot her to death before fleeing.
The car was later found abandoned, police said.
South Brunswick Detective Monica Shearer and Middlesex County Investigator Craig Marchak investigated the case and traced Quiroz-Vasquez to a friend’s home in New Hope, Pennsylvania, where officers from both states took him into custody.
Quiroz-Vasquez remains in jailed since that arrest, police said.
Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey thanked several law enforcement agencies for taking part in the investigation at the time, including, the New Hope, New Brunswick and South Brunswick police departments.