#childpredator | Man Charged With Murder Of Woman Found In Teaneck Denied Release

TEANECK, NJ — Nicolas Coirazza, the 19-year-old Lodi man charged with murder the murder of Cresskill woman Divna Rosasco, will not be released prior to trial, a Bergen County judge ruled.

According to a report from Northjersey.com, Judge James Sattely denied the request for home detention with an ankle monitor.

Coirazza has been charged with murder, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, disturbing human remains, tampering with evidence, hindering apprehension of another and hindering apprehension of self. According to the report, he could be facing life in prison, if convicted.

Sattely, in denying the request, said the act was “exceedingly violent” and “nothing short of detention would protect the community.”

Cresskill Police received a 911 call reporting a missing person, Rosasco, after midnight on Monday, June 15. Shortly after 1:30 a.m., officers from the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office located Rosasco’s unoccupied vehicle parked in a lot at Overpeck County Park in Teaneck.

A K-9 search of the area led officers to the end of a dock in the park, where they found Rosasco’s body covered in a bedsheet and submerged in water. A plastic bag was found wrapped around the victim’s head, and the body was weighed down by cinder blocks, according to the prosecutor’s office.

Coirazza was arrested with a 14-year-old juvenile, who has yet to be officially identified, but is reported to be Rosasco’s daughter.

The daughter, who was recruited by Coirazza to help dispose of the body, according to the prosecutor’s office, is charged with one count of disturbing human remains, one count of hindering apprehension of another, one count of hindering apprehension of self and one count of tampering with evidence.

Victor Rosasco, Divna Rosasco’s husband, has created a GoFundMe in her honor.

Created last week, the fundraiser hopes to raise money to create a foundation in her name, which “will bring awareness to families about the dangers of social media child predators and human trafficking.”

“This struck my family in such horrific way,” he wrote.

Since the publication of the fundraiser, authorities say they’ve found no proof that Coirazza recruited the victim’s daughter for the purpose of human trafficking.

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