Fugitive wanted in NJ dad’s killing nabbed in Baltimore hotel
CAMDEN — U.S. marshals in Maryland have arrested a man wanted in a deadly shooting in New Jersey.
Members of a fugitive task force on Monday apprehended Angel Torres, 31, of Glassboro, at a hotel in Baltimore.
Torres was charged with murder in the Jan. 2 shooting of Michael Giancola, 24, of Collingswood.
Police found Giancola suffering from multiple gunshot wounds inside a vehicle that had crashed into a pole in Camden, according to the Camden County prosecutor's office. He was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Torres was awaiting an extradition hearing.
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