Two men have been arrested in connection with the deaths of two people found murdered inside the auto linked to "Real Housewives of New Jersey" Kim DePaola.
Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes said the deaths have been ruled a homicide and that the investigation is ongoing.
The victims' incinerated remains were found about 2 a.m. Friday inside a 2015 Audi belonging to DePaola at East 28th Street between 14th Avenue and Broadway, authorities told NJ.com. Both of the men were shot before someone set the Audi on fire.
The men were each shot in the back of the head execution style, and burnt beyond recognition. Upon tests, it was found out that the victims died from gunshots through their heads before they were burned inside Kim D's vehicle.
On Sunday, Real Housewives of New Jersey star, Kim DePaola, known as "Kim D" on the show, posted on her Instagram account a statement saying "she and her son were safe". Kim D though is not thought of as a suspect as the vehicle was found out to be a service regularly used by her son.
"These people are savages and should first rot in prison", DePaola previously said. Michele and her husband Thurston Anderson's 27-year-old son was only supposed to drive the vehicle to Chris' house and leave it there afterwards, but that never happened.
They have been calling or stopping by her home, she says, offering words of support and solace. According to the first elements of the investigation, Kim DePaola's son had in fact loaned his mother's auto to a friend. She said her son didn't even like the kid.
Michele Ryerson, Anderson's mother, told the news outlet that cops told her the motive for the slayings was robbery.
Anderson was a father to a 16-month-old son and has three brothers.
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Sources said they could not immediately identify the victims' gender or race because they were so badly burned.
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