A central New Jersey man accused of fatally stabbing his live-in girlfriend earlier this year has been indicted on aggravated manslaughter and weapons charges.

Jarrone Perry (NJ Department of Corrections)

The indictment charging 34-year-old Jarrone Perry of Neptune City was handed up Monday by a Monmouth County grand jury.

Prosecutors say Perry fatally stabbed 30-year-old Kamealah Talmadge in her upper chest on Feb. 13, as they argued inside the home they shared. But a motive for the alleged attack has not been disclosed.

Perry and Talmadge were the parents of a young daughter, and Talmadge had a son from another relationship.

Perry remains jailed on $1.5 million bail. He faces up to 35 years in prison if convicted on both counts.

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