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Jesus Lopez was taken into custody as detectives with the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office investigated the death of the woman at the home where Lopez lived.

Police found the body of Lopez's mother Cheap Cigarettes Free Shipping, Susana, Tuesday afternoon when they were called to the home on Spring Valley Road for a welfare check, according to Bergen County Prosecutor Gurbir S. Grewal.

"After making contact with Jesus Lopez Cheap Cigarettes, who was inside the home Buy Cigarettes Online, further investigation revealed that he had murdered his mother days earlier, and that her remains were on the property Marlboro Lights," Grewal said.

"Police subsequently located her remains in a detached garage adjacent to the residence," Grewal said.

The woman was killed in her home on Oct. 11 and her body was dragged into a garage.

A criminal complaint states the weapon used was a boxcutter and that the body was not moved until days after the murder -- between Oct. 14 and Tuesday, the day of Jesus Lopez's arrest.

Lopez is accused of moving his mother's body to conceal evidence and hinder his arrest, according to the complaint.

Lopez, who is single and unemployed, faces four charges including first-degree murder. He was held at the Bergen County Jail pending a court hearing.

"The investigation is ongoing, including as to cause of death," Grewal said.

Lopez, who was also charged with hindering apprehension, has one prior arrest for marijuana possession for which he paid a $50 fine, according to court records.

Public records show his mother is the homeowner.

Neighbors on Wednesday say the mother and son lived in the home for many years but were rarely seen together.

Some neighbors remember Jesus sitting outside his front door smoking cigarettes or walking through quiet, tree-lined Brookfield Avenue nearby.

"He seemed like a nice kid," said Merrel Kovats, a neighbor on Brookfield. "It's unfortunate what happened but I had a feeling things weren't right over there Marlboro Red Cigarettes."

Kovats and other neighbors who refused to give their names said the police had been at the home several times in recent years after the mother and son had been arguing Tobacco Shop.
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