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August 03, 2015

Police called to N.J. woman's home 11 times before she was allegedly killed by husband

Records show that police were called to the home of a 32-year-old mother of three 11 times in two years before she was found dead in her bed on July 22, reports.

Vito Nigro, 42, was charged with murder in his wife Giorgina's death. He is being held on $750,000 bail.

According to a log released Friday by the Woodbridge Police Department, police officers responded to a number of calls at two homes on Devon Road in Colonia, Middlesex County, where the couple lived with their three children under age 10.

Police responded twice in 2014 for reports of an argument, once on a report of domestic violence and twice to check on the welfare of residents.
Officers responded once in March 2015 on a report of harassment. Other calls to the home included one for assistance, one for unknown trouble, once to serve a warrant and once to notify a victim of an arrest.

Angela Cimino, mother of the victim, said the Nigros lived in an apartment at 3 Devon Road, but they moved to a cottage at 41 Devon Road because neighbors complained about the arguing.

Nigro's body was found at 41 Devon Road after police went there to tell her that her husband had jumped off the Garden State Parkway in an apparent suicide attempt.

A funeral for Nigro is set for Monday night in Branchburg.

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