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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Update 10/23/2012…..Autumn Pasquale, the 12-year-old New Jersey girl found dead in a home recycling bin after having been missing for several days, was allegedly killed by two teenage brothers who wanted her bike.  The brothers, age 15 and 17, were arrested on Tuesday for Autumn Pasquale’s killing, NBC Philadelphia reported. The Gloucester County Medical Examiner’s Office preliminarily determined the cause of death to be blunt force trauma, consistent with strangulation. Investigators also say there are no signs of sexual assault.

(LEFT) Image of Donte Robinson, 17, taken from Twitter. (RIGHT) Image of Justin Robinson, 15, taken from Facebook. Both boys have been charged in the murder of Autumn Pasquale in Clayton, NJ.

TEENAGE BLACK THUGS DONTE ROBINSON AND JUSTIN ROBINSON ARRESTED IN MURDER OF AUTUMN PASQUALE: The teen brothers accused of killing 12-year-old Autumn Pasquale in their Clayton home are scheduled to make their first appearance in court on Friday, according to the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office. They killed Autumn Pasquale for her BMX bike these P.O.S.!

Spokesman Bernie Weisenfeld said the brothers, Donte and Justin Robinson, ages 17 and 15, are scheduled to appear in juvenile court on Friday “for the sole purpose of looking at their detention status.” A judge will decide if the boys, who were charged with murder on Tuesday, should remain in a juvenile facility or have some other arrangement, Weisenfeld said. “There are mandatory detention hearings for kids since they are not subject to bail,” Weisenfeld said.

CLAYTON, N.J. — The discovery of a girl’s body in a home’s recycling bin spread grief and fear Tuesday through a small town in southern New Jersey that had been desperately searching for a 12-year-old resident since she missed her curfew over the weekend. Gloucester County Prosecutor Sean Dalton said the body of Autumn Pasquale was found around 10 p.m. Monday in the bin just blocks from her house and from Borough Hall, where thousands of people gathered earlier in the evening for a tearful candlelight vigil to pray for her safe return.
 “The search for Autumn is over,” he told a news conference Tuesday. With autopsy results pending, he did not label the death a homicide. He said the investigation was just beginning and that there were no suspects.  If someone is found responsible for the death, “they don’t deserve to be walking the streets,” he said.  Howard Kowgill, 60, who lives in town and, like many, knows members of Autumn’s family, said the discovery of the body changes the nature of the town.  “Until they find out who did it, you don’t let your kids out,” he said.  READ THE WHOLE THING CLICK HERE.

  After an exhaustive two-day search to find Autumn Pasquale, authorities announced early Tuesday morning that a body has been found in a recycling container on East Clayton Avenue in Clayton NJ which has direct access to Interstate 55 and north to Philadelphia PA, see map click here.  Autumn Pasquale was kidnapped sometime after 2:00 pm on Saturday October 20th, 2012, she had been out riding her BMX bike.

Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com