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Police: Two Charged; 'Housewives' Star and Son Not in Possession of Vehicle At Time of Crimes


PATERSON, NJ - The Passaic County Prosecutors office along with the Paterson Police Department announced Tuesday that Clarence Williams and Gerry Thomas and were charged in connection to the murder of two victims found in "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star's White Audi.

Both suspects were charged with two counts of felony murder, one count of conspiracy to commit felony murder, one count of robbery, one count of arson, and one count of possession of a firearm for an unlawful purpose.

The two occupants in the vehicle have been positively identified by the New Jersey Medical Examiner’s Office as Aaron Anderson, 27, and Antonio Vega, 25, both residents of Paterson. The Paterson Police Department and the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office offer its sincere condolences to both the Anderson and Vega families on their tragic loss.

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At 2 a.m. March 17 police and fire officials arrived to the scene of a burning Audi near the 500 block of East 28th Street in Paterson. Firefighters worked quickly to extinguish the flames and upon completion two bodies were observed inside the vehicle with gun shot wounds to their heads.

The Paterson Police Department and the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office confirm that the two occupants were inside the white Audi which is owned by Kim DePaulo and driven by her son Christopher Camiscioli, 27. Both Ms. DePaulo and Mr. Camiscioli were not in possession of the vehicle at the time of the murder/arson.

Anyone that may have information please contact D/Sgt. Abe Hamdeh, Det. Steve Leishman, Det. Richard Martinez, Det. Al Bermudez, along with Det. Sabrina McKoy of the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office (PCPO)  at the Paterson Police Detective Bureau 973-321-1120.

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