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Elderly NJ Man Killed In Accident, Celebrity Hacker Sentenced, NJ Man Faces Murder Charges
 
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 12/07/16 12:19 am | updated: 12/07/16 12:19 am
 
New Jersey Police responded to a call Tuesday night of a pedestrian who was hit on the side of the road in Blackwood, Camden County. The incident happened on the 400 block of South Black Horse Pike at around 6 pm. An elderly man was hit while he was on the shoulder of Black Horse Pike. Police arrived on the scene to find the man in the middle of the highway. Police say that the man had suffered extensive injuries and had gone into cardiac arrest. He was taken to JFK Memorial Hospital where he later died of his injuries. Police have stated that the driver was not injured and remained on the scene after hitting the man. It is not known if he will face any charges.

24-year-old Alonzo Knowles, also known as The Celebrity Hacker, has now been sentenced to five years in prison for hacking celebrities' email accounts. Knowles had hacked into private emails of famous entertainment and sports celebrities, stealing personal information, unannounced movie and TV scripts, as well as private sexually explicit pictures and videos. Knowles apparently tried to sell some of it online to the highest bidder. Knowles pled guilty to copyright infringement and identity theft charges back in May, and was originally supposed to serve a 27-33 month sentence. This changed when U.S. District Judge Paul A. Engelmayer said he believed Knowles showed no remorse for his actions and posed as a threat to society.

A New Jersey man is now facing murder charges after he stabbed his mother and grandmother in their Jersey City home this past Monday. 36-year-old Kevin Hodges reportedly stabbed his 56-year-old mother and 76-year-old grandmother multiple times Monday night. Police were called to their home on Randolph Avenue at around 8:30 pm when reports came in of someone screaming for help inside of the residence. When police arrived on scene they found the two women on the floor unresponsive. The women were rushed to the hospital where they were later pronounced dead. Hodges is due to make a his first court appearance next Tuesday afternoon.

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