Police have arrested a man who they say is responsible for the death of a missing Gloucester County woman.
Sabrina Bullock, 41, of Woodbury, who lived with her juvenile daughter, was last seen alive on Saturday and was reported missing by her family on Sunday.
On Monday, around 3 a.m., a Woodbury Police officer found her body in a storage shed off Russell Street behind an apartment building at 51 South Broad Street in Woodbury. An autopsy report determined Bullock died from blunt trauma to the head and neck.
Later during the day, police charged Harry John Neher, 32, of Woodbury, with Bullock's murder. Police say Neher lived at the apartment building where Bullock's body was found.
Neher, who police say is unemployed, is charged with first degree murder, third-degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, third-degree hindering his own apprehension or prosecution, fourth-degree tampering with evidence and fourth-degree certain persons prohibited from possessing a weapon. He is being held in the Gloucester County Jail in Woodbury in default of $1 million bail, set by Superior Court Judge David Krell.