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Crime Boyfriend admitted killing missing Ocean Township woman, setting house aflame: Affidavit

22:21  11 december  2019
22:21  11 december  2019 Source:   app.com

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FREEHOLD - The on-again, off-again boyfriend of a missing Ocean Township woman killed her before setting her house on fire the early morning hours of Sept. 12, authorities said.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni announces an Ocean Township man has been charged with the murder of Jacqueline Terrulli. Ronald Teschner, 49, of Ocean Township has been charged with first degree murder, first degree felony murder, second degree disturbing human remains, first degree robbery, second degree aggravated arson and three counts of theft.   Freehold, NJWednesday, December 11, 2019© Doug Hood Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni announces an Ocean Township man has been charged with the murder of Jacqueline Terrulli. Ronald Teschner, 49, of Ocean Township has been charged with first degree murder, first degree felony murder, second degree disturbing human remains, first degree robbery, second degree aggravated arson and three counts of theft. Freehold, NJWednesday, December 11, 2019

The suspect, Ronald Teschner, 49, became upset when he learned that missing woman Jacqueline Terrulli, 65, was going to break things off with him and kick him out of her house because of his “routine abuse of alcohol and drugs as well as a repeated pattern of violent outbursts and behavior," said Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni.

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In retaliation, Teschner, according to an affidavit of probable cause, confessed to a male acquaintance that he was going to wait until Terrulli fell asleep and then steal items from her house to sell, including shotguns, a Rolex watch, bank cards and other valuables, including her white 2019 Jeep Cherokee.

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But Terrulli caught Teschner in the act and threatened to call the police, according to the affidavit. Teschner allegedly told the male acquaintance that he "dealt with" Terrulli and put her body in a tarp and drove it somewhere to hide it.

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The cause of death was asphyxiation, Gramiccioni said.

He then came back to the house and allegedly used nail polish remover to start a fire, according to the affidavit.

Terrulli's body has still not been found, but Gramiccioni said the announcement of these charges does not mean they will stop searching for her.

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“It is important to note, and I especially want the Terrulli family to know this, that while our case has been charged as a murder here, our investigative efforts throughout the entire law enforcement community continue and we continue to try and find Jacqueline Terrulli’s remains and bring some level of closure to the family. That part will not change," he said.

"The family appreciates the hard work of the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office and the many other law enforcement agencies that put in countless hours to get us to this point," said Jef Henninger, the Tinton Falls attorney for the Terrulli family.

a group of people standing next to a man in a suit and tie: Jef Henninger, left, attorney representing the Terrulli family, speaks to the media after Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni announced an Ocean Township man has been charged with the murder of Jacqueline Terrulli in her Ocean Township home. Freehold, NJ Wednesday, December 11, 2019© Doug Hood Jef Henninger, left, attorney representing the Terrulli family, speaks to the media after Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni announced an Ocean Township man has been charged with the murder of Jacqueline Terrulli in her Ocean Township home. Freehold, NJ Wednesday, December 11, 2019

"This is just the first step in a long road to getting closure for this family," he continued in a prepared statement. "This will likely be a lengthy and difficult process but the family will be there every step of the way to make sure that justice is served. We will need everyone's help to find Jackie. Please call in any and all tips that you may have."

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After setting the house ablaze, Teschner packed Terrulli's Jeep with stolen goods and headed north, stopping on the way to sell some of the stolen items or give them away to settle debts, Gramiccioni said. Teschner also bought heroin, he said.

Ronald Teschner, who is facing various charges after the Ocean Township fire in which one of the residents is still mysteriously missing, is shown during his initial appearance in State Superior Court in Freehold Monday, September 23, 2019.© Thomas P. Costello Ronald Teschner, who is facing various charges after the Ocean Township fire in which one of the residents is still mysteriously missing, is shown during his initial appearance in State Superior Court in Freehold Monday, September 23, 2019.

Teschner is charged with first-degree murder, first-degree felony murder, second-degree disturbing human remains, first-degree robbery, second-degree aggravated arson and three counts of threats, according to the prosecutor's office.

These charges are supplemental, Gramiccioni said, to the ones he is facing from his arrest in Paterson on Sept. 13 when he was accused of fleeing Terrulli's house in her Jeep with the stolen goods.

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Teschner Affidavit by Asbury Park Press on Scribd

Teschner Complaints Redacted by Asbury Park Press on Scribd

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This article originally appeared on Asbury Park Press: Boyfriend admitted killing missing Ocean Township woman, setting house aflame: Affidavit

Ocean Township murder: Defendant says jailhouse snitch lied about missing woman .
Ronald Teschner frequently interrupted his detention hearing, at which his attorney claims the state’s case is based on a statement from his cellmate.The state’s case against Ronald Teschner, 49, in the murder of Jacqueline Terrulli is based on a statement given by his former cellmate at the Monmouth County jail who himself is accused of committing a home invasion at the residence of a sheriff’s officer the day after he talked to authorities, said Anthony Aldorasi, a deputy assistant public defender representing Teschner.

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