Hackensack Court Hearing for River Edge Stalking and Murder Case

By Travis Tormey posted in Homicide on Tuesday, December 10, 2013

A woman from New York was arraigned in a Hackensack court on charges for murder, breaking and entering, illegal weapons possession, hindering apprehension and prosecution, as well as stalking.

50-year-old Monica Mogg was indicted by a grand jury in Hackensack in August after she allegedly stalked and subsequently murdered her ex-boyfriend and the woman he was seeing at the time.

According to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, Mogg continuously stalked 52-year-old Arthur Noeldechan and his girlfriend, 42-year-old Jung Yi Kim, eventually murdering the couple. Mogg allegedly broke into Kim’s residence in River Edge, New Jersey in October of last year before shooting and stabbing Noeldechan and Kim to death.

Prosecutors believe that Mogg entered through a back door that was left unlocked at Kim’s home, located on Millbrook Road in River Edge. The weapons that Mogg allegedly used to commit the crime include a knife and a Ruger 10 .22-caliber rifle. Noeldechan was shot and Kim was stabbed following what appeared to be a struggle.

Murder, Stalking Charges in Bergen County NJ

Mogg is currently being held at the Bergen County Jail with her bail set at $3 million.

For more information pertaining to this case, access the following article: Court hearing for woman charged with stalking, killing ex-lover, River Edge girlfriend


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