Arrests Made After Bodies Found in 'Real Houseweives of New Jersey' Star Kim DePaola's Burned Car
By Alex Ungerman
Arrests have been made in the grizzly murder investigation involving Kim DePaola's car.
Paterson, New Jersey police said in a statement on Tuesday that they have arrested and charged two individuals -- 26-year-old Clarence Williams and 28-year-old Gerry Thomas -- with murder following the shooting and burning death of two men inside an Audi automobile owned by the Real Housewives of New Jersey star, and driven by her 27-year-old son, Christopher Camiscioli. Neither DePaola nor Camiscioli were in the vehicle when the crime occurred.
Police identified the two victims as Paterson locals Aaron Anderson, 27, and Antonio Vega, 25.