NEWARK — A metropolis man was sentenced Monday to eight years in jail in the beating demise of a homeless man two years in the past in Irvington.
Jamel Arrington might be required to serve eighty five % of his sentence for second-diploma reckless manslaughter earlier than he is eligible for parole, based on Essex County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Thomas Fennelly.
Arrington, forty, was initially charged with homicide in reference to the dying of William Crews, forty six, who was attacked on April 2, 2014 on Western Parkway in Irvington.
Crews was taken to College Hospital however later died of his accidents. Arrington was arrested seven days later.
Arrington was later indicted on the homicide cost, however pleaded responsible this November to the lesser manslaughter cost. It’s unclear if the 2 males knew one another, or what might have prompted the assault.
Authorities on the time stated Crews, who lived in Newark earlier than his dying, was believed to have family members in New York Metropolis, however that investigators hadn’t been capable of find them, in response to reviews in The Star-Ledger.
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It was unclear Tuesday whether or not authorities had but managed to find Crews’ subsequent of kin.
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