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Default Dumont, NJ Mudshark Stabbed Several Times To Deff By Jigro Lover


AUTHORITIES: Dumont Girlfriend Murderer Captured Without Pants, Shoes, Carrying 2 Young Kids
06/16/2020 3:00 p.m.

UPDATE: A Queens man who authorities said brutally stabbed his girlfriend dead in her Dumont apartment before dawn Tuesday was captured by Closter police after he knocked on a local resident's door in the middle of the night not wearing pants or shoes and carrying their two young children in his arms.

Jeffrey Daniels, 36
, was charged with murder, child endangerment and illegal weapons possession in the slaying of Michelle Boccellari Burns hours earlier in the garden apartment they shared on Knickerbocker Road.

Burns, a 36-year-old mother of three girls, had been stabbed several times in the head and neck, authorities said.

In a bizarre coincidence, a Cresskill mom was also brutally stabbed to death blocks away less than 24 hours earlier.

Dumont police got a 12:20 a.m. call Tuesday of Burns's 5-year-old daughter "wandering unattended" near the victim's apartment off Lexington Avenue, Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella said.

Police found the girl in the courtyard.

They also spoke with a woman who said she'd been unable to reach Burns on her cellphone after hearing arguing in the apartment, Musella said.

The woman told police Daniels had knocked on her door while carrying his and Burns's two daughters -- one six months old, the other 18 months -- and asked for a ride.

Police found Burns dead in her apartment.

She'd been stabbed in the neck with a kitchen knife
, Musella said.

Closter police captured Daniels a couple of hours later.

The 6-foot-3-inch, 180-pound Daniels wasn't wearing pants or shoes and was carrying the two young girls when he knocked on the door of a Closter resident who immediately called police.
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