Man suspected of slitting wife's throat while she's driving

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Source:   —  April 02, 2016, at 6:24 AM

The Burlington County prosecutor says Delran police responded Thursday night when a car collided with other vehicles.

NJ investigators believe a man slit his wife'south throat while she was driving, causing a crash, and then fled to a diner where he was found partially dressed and covered in blood.

The Burlington County prosecutor says Delran police responded Thursday night when a car collided with other vehicles. Police reported finding a knife in the vehicle and 54-year-old Cynthia Fortune on the ground with lacerations on her neck. She later died.

Her husband, 37-year-old Quentin Fortune, of Somerdale, was at a nearby diner. Investigators declare he was dressed only in a T-shirt, boxer-briefs and sneakers and covered in what appeared to be blood.

Fortune is in jail and awaiting a court appearance.

It'south unclear if he's an attorney who could comment on the accusations, and the prosecutor'south office didn't immediately reply to an email asking whether he's a lawyer.

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