Dyheam Williams Charged In Slaying Of NJ : Dyheam Williams Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

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Dyheam Williams, 18, who tried to steal a jug of a tip from the deli. Williams was later arrested at his home in Lindenwold. He was charged with murder, illegal possession of a weapon and possession of a weapon for an illegal purpose, said Camden County prosecutors and Haddon Township police.

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A teenager from New Jersey has been accused of murdering a deli owner of a father of five, who had just kicked him out of the store for allegedly sliding a tip jar, according to reports. Police found Jerome Pastore, 52, stabbed several times across the street from his Shamrock deli in Audubon around 5 p.m. Friday, according to the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office.

Police Statement

Police did not provide a motive in the alleged slaying.

Pastore was stabbed in the neck and suffered other wounds. He died at the hospital.

Authorities previously released a photo of a man on a bicycle in connection to Pastore’s slaying. It’s unclear if Willams is the man depicted in the photo released on Saturday.

An online fundraiser, meanwhile, has generated more than $34,000 for Pastore’s family as of midday Monday. The funds will cover Pastore’s funeral costs as well as the “long-term needs” of his five children, according to the website.

Pastore’s daughters, Jennifer

One of Pastore’s daughters, Jennifer, said the fundraiser was created by a “very kind young woman” who glimpsed her father’s “kind heart” when shopping at the deli.

“I will choose to focus on that rather than the violence that took him from us too soon,” Jennifer Pastore wrote. “The funds will be used to help cover the cost of an unexpected funeral. Your generosity and kind words have made an otherwise horrific experience better.”

A vigil in the memory of Pastore will take place at 7 p.m. Monday outside the deli, according to a Facebook post. Pastore, from West Berlin, was known in the neighborhood near his deli, one of his regular customers told NBC Philadelphia. “I know that guy is very nice,” Robert Toney told the station. “He just didn’t want his employees to be stripped of his money.”