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Suspect in famous case of missing child lived in Barrington, Courier reports

The South Jersey resident who confessed last week in the decades-old case of Etan Patz — the first child ever depicted on a milk carton — lived in Barrington in the late 1990s and one other time, along with spending time in Magnolia, Audubon and elsewhere, according to an article in the Courier-Post newspaper.

“Court records indicate Pedro and Rosemary Hernandez filed for bankruptcy in January 1999, when they were living in the 200 block of Albertson Avenue in Barrington,” it reads. Does anyone remember Pedro Hernandez, Hernandez, 51?  He was arraigned Friday for the second-degree murder of Etan, who vanished at age 6 in late May 1979 while walking two blocks to his school bus stop in Manhattan’s SoHo district. It was the first time his parents let him make the walk alone.

Click to read the full story of Hernandez’ time in South Jersey.

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One comment on “Suspect in famous case of missing child lived in Barrington, Courier reports

  1. Ernie Wadsworth
    May 30, 2012

    What was the exact address on Albertson? My uncles friend Lloyd lived on that street, but he passed away before that

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