JUST IN: Man Charged in Connection with Murder of R’ Shloimy Lonner Z”L

A man has been charged in connection with the murder of R’ Shloimy Lonner Z”L.

Authorities say that at approximately 5:20p.m., the Hamilton Township Police Department responded to 789 Park Road, Mays Landing, NJ, in response to multiple 911 calls reporting a stabbing in progress.

Officers arrived and located R’ Shloimy Lonner, 49, from Lakewood, inside the residence with multiple stab wounds. Lonner was the owner of the residence.

He was transported to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in Atlantic City, NJ, where he was Niftar.

Michael Carney, 39, of Mays Landing, was detained at the residence and eventually charged with murder and weapons offenses. Carney is a resident of the Park Road residence and rented the home with several other individuals from Lonner.

The cause and manner of Lonner’s death are pending an investigation by the Southern Regional Medical Examiner’s Office.

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  1. This was a mental health boarding home facility. The purpose of this home is to house clients at night and they would go the their respective mental health day care centers at day.
    Not a regular rental home.
    Solomon ran his places top notch. Very sad news.

  2. @theconsultant – Simply Read the article on any news site and Google the address. It comes up as a mental health assisted living.

  3. The Consultant: שכל מנלן!
    Is it really relevant on the status of the murderer? The petirah of a neshomo and the tzaar of the family demands some focus and empathy, not your agenda to call out the writer of a report!

  4. he was smart enough to commit a serious crime! he knew exactly what he wanted and how to perform such a hefty crime!
    he’s crazy when it’s convenient for him and in order to avoid fiscal responsibility he begs for mercy, the kind of mercy that he was shown at that facility, but in reality he is a regular killer!
    he belongs in jail for life!

  5. So should this post be removed from the scoop in hope that the public doesn’t read it? I doubt it. The man was obviously sick and suffered mental health issues.

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