Mocobizscene- Two individuals are facing charges for the homicide of a New Jersey man who went missing and was later found deceased in New York. On Monday morning, one suspect was still on the loose.
Andrew Mumby, a 47-year-old resident of New Brunswick, was taken into custody on Wednesday for the murder of Artis Young, a 46-year-old individual from Franklin Township. The incident occurred in December, and Mumby’s arrest marks a significant development in the ongoing investigation.
Young was reported missing to the Franklin Township Police Department on December 30th by a relative. The last sighting of Young was on the previous day. Young had made arrangements to meet with Mumby and Daniel Matthews, a 44-year-old resident of Brooklyn, according to the investigation.
On the same day that Young went missing, authorities discovered the body of an unidentified man in Brooklyn. The authorities identified Mumby and Matthews as the prime suspects in the case. Andrew Mumby, a suspect in the killing of a man in New Jersey, has been charged with murder, as reported by the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office.
Matthews, on the other hand, is facing the same charges but is currently evading arrest. He is connected to the Franklin Township region, as well as Brooklyn and the Bronx. Mumby remained in custody at the Somerset County Jail until a detention hearing could be scheduled.
- Husband accused of killing wife in Pembroke Pines home
- Local Resident Malik Gliss Killed on SE 6th Street: Police Request Help