Parents of dead NJ student to get records

April 1, 2009 5:01:55 AM PDT
The parents of a College of New Jersey student who is believed to have died in a trash compactor will get the names and addresses of other students who lived in the dorm. A judge issued an order granting their request.

The more than 500 students who lived in Wolfe Hall during the 2005-2006 school year have until April 9 to object to releasing their addresses.

A lawyer for the parents of John Fiocco Jr. says somebody knows what happened to the 19-year-old and she needs the information.

The Mantua student disappeared after returning to the dorm on March 25, 2006 following an off-campus party.

Days later, state police discovered Fiocco's blood around the trash compactor. His body was found in a Bucks County, Pa., landfill a month later.


Information from: The Times,

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