Cape May Co. teen's death ruled homicide; man charged for underage sex

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The family of a missing teenage girl believes the body found in Cape May County is that of their missing loved one.

The death of a 15-year-old girl who had been previously reported missing by her family has been ruled a homicide.

No suspects have been identified in her killing.

However, the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office said three people have been arrested on unrelated charges, including one man accused of having sex with the underage teen.

The prosecutors' office did not release any further details as to the cause of Nicole Angstadt's death, but did say investigators do not believe it was a random act.

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Police were on the scene after a body was found.



Angstadt had been reported missing on Dec. 1.

Her body was found around 1:30 p.m. Monday in the crawlspace of a home in the 100 block of Vermont Avenue in the Rio Grande section of Middle Township.

Neighbors say the house has been vacant since the homeowner died this past summer and local teens have been using the property as a hangout.

While no arrests have been made for Angstadt's death, the prosecutor's office said the suspects were charged for other crimes, uncovered during the investigation.

Charles Mosley, 32, of Route 47 in Rio Grande is accused of having a sexual relationship with Angstadt.

Because of her age, Mosley was charged and is being held on $250,000 bail.
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Police are investigating after a body was found in Cape May County.



Two other men were arrested in connection with a robbery investigation.

LaQuan Harris, 20, and Derrick Powers, 23, both of Route 9 in Rio Grande, have been charged in connection with the robbery of nine juveniles at Mulligan Park, and another robbery in which the victim was struck with a handgun.

Both are being held on $200,000 bail.

Nicole's sisters say despite some minor scrapes with the law and orders to report to a probation officer, Nicole was a friendly teenager who always made time for friends and family.

"I loved her, she was great. She was funny, she was sweet," said Heather Bradley, her older sister.

"We would always walk together, we would walk everywhere together. We'd walk to the beach together," said twin sister Angsther. "She always tried to help someone. She was very caring."

Anyone with information on Angstadt's killing is asked to contact the Prosecutor's Office at 609-465-1135, or the Middle Township Police Department at 609-465-8700.

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