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Old 03-29-2016, 02:42 PM
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Police: Intruders Assault And Bind 92-Year-Old Woman While Ransacking Home
March 29, 2016 4:36 PM

EWING, N.J., (CBS) — Police in Ewing, N.J. are investigating after they say two males broke into the home of a 92-year-old woman, bound her and robbed her.

According to police, the incident took place on Tuesday morning around 10:18 a.m. on Manor Drive.

Police responded to the scene a located the woman who was bound at the time she was found. Authorities searched the home for intruders, but were unable to locate any.

Officials say that sometime over the night, two men ransacked the woman’s home and assaulted her causing physical injuries.

The victim was taken to Capital Health Regional Medical Center for treatment.
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Police Arrest 21-Year-Old Man For Beating And Robbing A 92-Year-Old Woman
March 31, 2016 4:29 PM



EWING, N.J., (CBS) — Ewing Township Police have announced an arrest in connection to a home invasion that resulted in a 92-year-old woman being found bound and beaten in her home.

On Thursday, police announced the arrest of Joseph Blanche, a 21-year-old man from Trenton, after authorities say the investigation showed that Blanche was one of two men they believe carried out the home invasion.

According to police, the incident took place on Tuesday morning around 10:18 a.m. on Manor Drive. Police responded to the scene and located the woman who was bound at the time she was found. Authorities searched the home for intruders, but were unable to locate any.

Officials say that sometime over the night, two men ransacked the woman’s home and assaulted her causing physical injuries.

Blanche has been charged with 1st degree kidnapping, 1st degree robbery, 2nd degree burglary, 2nd degree aggravated assault, 3rd degree theft, 3rd degree criminal restraint and 3rd degree endangering an injured victim.

Police say that the woman’s vehicle was taken during the invasion and police were able to recover it on Wednesday.

Blanche was taken to Mercer County Correctional Center and his bail was set at $2 million.
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He savagely beat 91-year-old in her bed, and she died weeks later. So why did he only get 25 years?



Just hearing the details of the attack should send a shiver through a decent person’s body, the victim’s family says.
A 91-year-old woman in awakened in her bed in the middle of the night by a young male who straddled her chest and unleashed a fury of punches to her head as he angrily growled, “Where’s the money?”


Her ribs cracked under his weight, the blows fractured her skull and knocked her dental fillings off her teeth.
Doris Geisel suffered this assault in her Ewing home in March 2016 at the hands of Joseph Blanche, a 21-year-old from Trenton. The now 25-year-old was sentenced to 25 years in prison last Friday for first-degree kidnapping after taking a plea deal in June.
Geisel survived the assault, which did not end in her bed.
She was bound with electrical cords and a shoelace and left on the cold, cement floor in the basement of her house on Manor Drive – an place she’d called home for over 60 years.

It gets worse, and heartbreaking.
When a concerned neighbor found her hours later, she was not moving, but alive, though her eyes were swollen shut. Her daughter Robin Allen rushed to a local emergency room, where she found doctors tending her mother’s bloody and battered body.
But she could talk, Allen said.
“I never cried. I never let him see me cry," she proclaimed to her daughter.
Geisel died a few weeks later at a rehabilitation center, of natural causes, and a medical examiner could not conclusively link her passing to the assault that put here there. So Blanche, who’d been arrested a few days after the crime, remained a kidnapping and assault suspect.

In a word, what happened to Geisel was horror. Or horrific.
Allen used those words and a few others last Friday when she spoke at his sentencing in which she, quite literally, held court in Judge Darlene Pereksta’s courtroom in Superior Court of Mercer County, in Trenton. She delivered an eloquent address, attendees said, which summarized the crime, her journey through the criminal justice system as a family member, how society views the elderly, and Blanche’s actions.
And she talked about her mother, whose violent assault followed a life of giving of not only to her family, but people she saw regularly. She bought Gatorade on a hot day for the worker who collects carts at her favorite grocery store, baked goods for her letter carrier and sanitation workers, and even for the employees at her bakery.
Around the holidays, she’d make pounds of Chex Mix and hand it out in bins she bought at a dollar store. She was a great-grandmother.
“She really cared about other people, not just people in her circle,” Allen said. “That was what made her happy in life.”
Geisel lived a frugal, simple life, and there was no stash of cash or treasure in her home. To this day, it mystifies Allen, and her husband Scott Allen, what Blanche and his partner - a second man who yet to be caught or even identified - were after.

They fled her home with $20 in cash from her purse, some standard jewelry and her 20-year-old car, which one of them abandoned shortly after.
“I still to his day don’t know the reason for this crime,” Robin Allen said. Blanche has not said, nor identified his partner.
Whoever he is, they treated her mother with an inhumane cruelty. "They treated her like an animal,” Allen said.
Her mother was hard of hearing, so they could have broken in and left her alone - she’d likely not have heard. They could have locked her in a room, and she would not have moved. They could have threatened her, and she would not have moved.
“They could have stolen everything,” Allen said.
But no, they tortured her.
Assistant Prosecutor Stacey Stacey M. Geurds, who handled the case, said Blanche, through examinations he underwent in the case, was revealed to have had a horrific childhood of his own, including sexual abuse. Blanche now lacks any empathy.
“It certainly does not excuse his conduct, but it makes you understand why a person could do this,” she said.
Still, Geisel suffered a disgusting indignity. She should have died in her sleep years later, hopefully. “She never got to sleep in her bed again,” Geurds said.

Allen also talked of not missing any court dates in over three years, some which were so clinical and routine, she developed a numbness to it, even as the sentencing neared.
Geurds said the ongoing hearings in such a case are often delayed, and victims’ family can get disheartened. She described Allen as an “amazing” woman and advocate who hung in there for justice, which Geurds was proud to have delivered - with the 25-year sentence.
“I appreciated her and her family being there,” Geurds said.
When Pereksta actually handed it down, Allen said the numbness faded, “And I actually felt some kind of closure, some satisfaction,” Allen said.
“It’s a legacy no one should have to go through,” she said of the case, and her mother.
She said Geurds did get justice, but the bright spot to the horror were the Ewing police. Allen said she was unaware how much officers can be involved in an investigation. They visited her mother often before she passed, and attended her funeral.
Lead Detective Nick Muscente never missed court, and arrived at sentencing while on vacation. Officer Richard Herbe had the Philadelphia Phillies give Geisel a jersey before she passed (she was a big fan), and also showed for sentencing while off duty.
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Home invasion, gas station robbery leads Trentonian blotter for August 16, 2019


Home Invader Sentenced: Joseph Blanche, one of two men who brutally beat and bound a 91-year-old woman during a home invasion in Ewing, is going away for a long time. Blanche, 25, of Trenton, was hit with a 25-year sentence for his role in the 2016 home invasion at the residence of Doris Geisel. Police found the elderly woman beaten and tied up on the basement floor after neighbors called authorities, concerned for her safety after they discovered the garage door open at her Manor Drive home on March 2, 2016, Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri said. Blanche pleaded guilty to first-degree kidnapping earlier this year as part of a plea deal with prosecutors Stacey Geurds and Timothy McCann, who represented the state in the case. He must serve all 25 years with the possibility of parole, a sentence imposed by Superior Court Judge Darlene Pereksta last week.

Geisel had been beaten by Blanche and another man who busted into her home in the early-morning hours. They stole money and other valuables from her home before making off in Geisel’s car, which was later found abandoned in the township. A family friend told The Trentonian the invaders’ proceeds were $40 and some jewelry.

Geisel apparently suffered a skull fracture, broken ribs and facial injuries from the attack. She died just over a month later, April 20, from a heart attack while recovering from her injuries at the St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center.

Prosecutors did not pursue murder charged against Blanche after an autopsy her death was not a result of the injuries she sustained in the March beatdown. Detectives have not identified the second man who was involved in the home invasion, and Blanche, who was arrested within days of the attack, has apparently not flipped on that individual. Anyone with information should contact Ewing Police Detective Nicholas Muscente at 609-882-7522 or the Ewing Police Tip Line at 609-882-7530.
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