Mohawk-wearing suspect indicted in 2013 stabbing murder
A murder suspect who was arrested sporting a pink Mohawk haircut has been indicted on charges he stabbed an acquaintance to death last summer.
Stanley J. Miller IV, 26, of Hamilton Avenue, Trenton, was indicted on counts of murder, third-degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and fourth-degree unlawful possession of a weapon.
On August 4, 2013, Abraham Jeditoe, 21, was stabbed in the back with a sharp object at approximately 8 a.m. while on Chambers Street. He died shortly after arriving at Capital Health Regional Medical Center.
Miller was arrested and charged with Jeditoe’s murder two days later, after detectives learned the two had been walking along Chambers arguing when the suspect allegedly stabbed the victim in the back.
Miller, who is free on the $500,000 bail set by Mercer Superior Court Judge Robert Billmeier, appeared for a video hearing wearing the pink Mohawk with a matching beard.