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The Bobster
02-19-2016, 02:28 PM

2 Men Charged With Dumping Body Of Woman Reported Missing
February 19, 2016 11:36 AM


ALLOWAY TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — Two men dumped a woman’s body in a rural, wooded area in southern New Jersey after she died in their home, state police said Friday.

Jose Sosa-Ayala and Jose Felix-Sosa, both of Bridgeton, were arrested Thursday after an investigation into the death of 19-year-old Danyelle Minerva, of Atco. She had been reported missing by her family and was last seen in October.

The men were charged with conspiracy, desecration of human remains and endangering the welfare of a victim and were being held at the Salem County Jail. A spokeswoman for the Salem County prosecutor said it’s not known if the men have lawyers.

Investigators said Sosa-Ayala took the woman to their home in October, and she later died there.

Her cause of death has yet to be determined, but police said there were no obvious signs of physical trauma.

After Felix-Sosa found her body, police say, Sosa-Ayala carried her into his truck and then left the body in the wooded area.

Minerva’s body was found Jan. 11 by tree service workers in Alloway Township.

The Bobster
02-19-2016, 02:41 PM

Duo Dumps Teen's Body in New Jersey Woods After She Dies at 1 Man's Home: Police
By Wire Reports and NBC10 Staff
Published at 11:12 AM EST on Feb 19, 2016


Two men stand accused of dumping a missing South Jersey teenager's body in a rural area of Salem County.

Danyelle Minerva, of Atco, had been missing since October before tree trimmers found her body on Jan. 11 off Woodstown-Alloway Road in Alloway Township.

State Police arrested Jose Sosa-Ayala, 40, and Jose Felix-Sosa, 45, on Thursday and charged the men with disposing of Minerva's body.

Minerva died while at Sosa-Ayala's Bridgeton home in October, said police. After finding the 19-year-old dead, the men loaded her into Sosa-Ayala's 2005 Toyota Tundra and dumped her in the woods, said police.

The investigation into how Minerva died remained ongoing -- there were no obvious signs of trauma to the body. But, earlier, police said her death was being investigated as suspicious.

Her family and friends say on a Facebook page set up to find her that she hadn't been seen since Oct. 15. The page shared news of her death Tuesday night.

Both Bridgeton men were sent to Salem County Jail on conspiracy, desecration of human remains and endangerment charges unable to post bails of $600,000 for Sosa-Ayala and $500,000 for Felix-Sosa.