Maria Rockfol

Maria Rockfol

Prosecutor at assistant Bergen County

Company:
assistant Bergen County

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Assistant Bergen County Prosecutor  - Bergen County Police Department

Assistant Bergen County Prosecutor  - Bergen County Prosecutor's Office

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Maria Rockfol, an assistant Bergen County prosecutor, said at the hearing that firefighters responded to a blaze at a house on Legion Place around 2:50 p.m. Friday.
Rockfol said Marrone, who lives in the house with his brother and parents, had called police earlier that day and said an unidentified person had threatened to set the home on fire. Rockfol said Marrone has been convicted of arson twice - first in 2002 for setting fire to a loading dock at a Wal-Mart store in Saddle Brook, and in 2006 for setting fire to the men's restroom at a Saddle Brook diner twice in two days.

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Assistant Bergen County Prosecutor Maria Rockfol countered that victims of sexual assault often recant statements, usually to protect a boyfriend from criminal charges.
Rockfol also declined to be interviewed for this story. Santangelo said Picolli, then a local standup comedian, was funny and flatteringly attentive when she met him. He made her feel special, she said, giving her cellphones and buying her gifts, taking her to Giants Stadium and letting her drive his truck in the parking lot. "I was intrigued by that," she said.

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As a lab technician, "he had no business being in the morgue," Assistant Bergen County Prosecutor Maria Rockfol said.Rockfol said at the sentencing today that the deceased woman was a grandmother and a devout Catholic who raised several children by herself after she was widowed at a young age.Her children refused to come to court because "they cannot stand to be in the same room with him," Rockfol said.Rockfol did not agree."We are a nation of sleep-deprived individuals," she said, citing parents of young children as an example."In the end, he has a deep-seated problem that he has to address," Rockfol said.As a lab technician, "he had no business being in the morgue," Assistant Bergen County Prosecutor Maria Rockfol said.Rockfol said at the sentencing today that the deceased woman was a grandmother and a devout Catholic who raised several children by herself after she was widowed at a young age.Her children refused to come to court because "they cannot stand to be in the same room with him," Rockfol said.Rockfol did not agree."We are a nation of sleep-deprived individuals," she said, citing parents of young children as an example."In the end, he has a deep-seated problem that he has to address," Rockfol said.

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