A Pleasantville man and Vineland woman were indicted on murder charges in the June stabbing death of 55-year-old William Coralluzzo.
Floyd J. Freeman and Stephanie S. Brown, both 48-years-old, were also indicted Jan. 23 on weapons, hindering, endangering and tampering charges in the murder, according to a news release from the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office.
Coralluzzo, of Millville, was found dead in the living room of an apartment in the 700 block of South Seventh Street, Vineland, on June 26 after Brown called police.
When officers arrived, Freeman had “reddish/brown stains on his shirt and hands” according to the affidavit of probable cause, and officers found a bloody knife in the back yard.
Brown told police that Freeman and Coralluzzo were arguing when Freeman tried to choke him, according to the document, and then Freeman pulled out a knife and stabbed him.
Freeman told Brown not to tell anyone, then handed her the knife and told her to get rid of it. She threw the knife out the upstairs window.
Brown told police that he didn’t know Coralluze and could not explain why he had blood on him, but told police to look out the upstairs window “at the ground because that is where the knife would be located.”
Both Freeman and Brown are being held in Cumberland County jail.