Nearly two weeks after Cooper University Health System chief executive John P. Sheridan Jr. and his wife, Joyce, were found in their home, authorities have released few details about their deaths.
Several days after the fire in the couple’s Central New Jersey home, the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office said it was deliberately set.
Sheridan, 72, and his wife, 69, were found unresponsive in the second-floor master bedroom of their Montgomery Township home early Sept. 28. He was pronounced dead at the scene, and she was pronounced dead a short time later at a nearby hospital.
Authorities have not disclosed who they believe set the fire or why, or what led to the deaths of the prominent couple.
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Norcross must have contact the Philadelphia Inquire and paid them for shutting down the comments. That’s what happens when your are GUILTY AS SIN.
The inquire should be ashamed of themself for letting this man have any say.
Lets Pray Capt. Jack Bennett, a spokesman for the Prosecutor’s Office is not going to cover this up and find some cockamamie story to feed the public. I guess the longer they take, the more they are trying to find a lie to put out there. God knows who did this and they will be made accountable for this deadly sin. You reap what you sow and it sometimes falls down on your offspring. God don’t bless evil murders and those behind the planning of this.