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Stopping Crime

Investigators are closing on on the person who beat a Red Bank teacher to death in 2009, and Monmouth County authorities say anyone who has information about the case still has a chance to share it and claim the $10,000 reward.

Jonelle Melton was a beloved Red Bank seventh-grade teacher, and she was found beaten to death inside her apartment on West Sylvania Avenue in 2009.

“Our office has worked tirelessly to solve this vicious crime and we have recently developed new leads that make us confident that those responsible for this senseless crime will be brought to justice,” Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said. ”We believe that there are people who have information about this murder who have not yet come forward. Jonelle Melton deserves justice and those who knew and loved her deserve answers.”

Kevin J. Burke, Jr., chairman of CrimeStoppers of Monmouth County, said, “Somebody knows what happened to Jonelle Melton and holds a key piece of information about Jonelle’s murder.”

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