Trenton man indicted on charges from 2009 homicide
TRENTON — A city man has been indicted by a Mercer County grand jury for the fatal stabbing of another man during a bar brawl three years ago.
Curtis Brittingham, 24, was indicted on Nov. 14 for allegedly stabbing and killing 21-year-old Tito Glover outside Dee Dee’s Lounge on Sept. 5, 2009.
Glover was allegedly involved in a brawl that spilled out onto Brunswick Avenue early that morning.
Brittingham, officials allege, stabbed Glover once in the abdomen with a knife.
Brittingham and Glover, were suspected to be high-ranking gang members from two rival sets of the Bloods street gang –Brittingham with the Gangster Killer Bloods, and Glover with Sex Money Murder.
However, reports indicate that police do not believe Glover’s death was directly connected to their gang ties.
Brittinghman went into hiding soon after the stabbing. He was located and arrested by members of the U.S. Marshals Regional Fugitive Task Force in early February 2012.
He’s been charged with aggravated manslaughter and on weapons offenses, and he is currently free on $500,000 bail.