Arrests Made in Murder Investigation Involving Kim D’s Car

Police have arrested two Paterson, New Jersey men for their alleged roles in the shooting deaths of two men found Friday, March 17 in a burned-out Audi belonging to Real Housewives of New Jersey star Kim DePaola.

People reports, Clarence Williams, 26, and Gerry Thomas, 28, were arrested Monday and face charges of murder, conspiracy to commit murder, robbery, arson, and possession of a firearm, according to a statement from the Paterson Police Department.

Police are saying that robbery motivated the killings.

The two men in the car were reportedly shot in the head before being discovered in the white Audi, which was set on fire. Investigators have now identified the victims as Aaron Anderson, 27, and Antonio Vega Jr., 25, according to a statement from the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office.

The white 2015 Audi is registered to Kim D., but her son, Christopher Camiscioli, 27, drives the car. Kim D.’s son was in California when the incident took place. A friend had dropped him off at the airport in the car and was supposed to park the vehicle, according to a statement from the Paterson Police Department. It’s unclear if either of the victims was the friend who dropped Christopher off at the airport.

Kim D., who was working in Los Angeles at the time of the murders, told TMZ prior to the arrests being made that she knew both of the victims. “These people have to be savages. I hope they catch them and they rot. They will rot in hell. No matter what anyone does, no one deserves to die like that,” she said of the perpetrators. “It’s just a horrible, horrible situation. I’m broken-hearted, my son’s broken-hearted. I spoke to the mother today of one of the boys, and they’re just devastated.”

Our thoughts and prayers are with the victim’s families.

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4 Replies to “Arrests Made in Murder Investigation Involving Kim D’s Car”

  1. Good lord, that’s terrible. I have to admit though, news that these poor young men were shot execution style and the fact that the car was burned…this is carried out in a way that sounds a bit methodical and extreme for a cut and dry crime like robbery. This sounds like some serious Gangland street action with ties to something more intense. What do you get out of car robbery with a car that doesn’t get stolen and make its way to a “chop shop”…outside of a few hundred bucks & cards that will leave a paper trail once you use them? It sounds fishy and not sloppy enough to just be another “take the opportunity” car robbery.

  2. What is wrong with today’s world? Murdering people is like sitting down to a meal? Ths is just too sad & horrible. My heart goes out to the families of both men.

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