Janoris Jenkins: Body found in the basement of New York Giants star's six-bedroom home
It has been reported that a body was found at the home of the Giants pro bowler Janoris Jenkins and the authorities are yet to identify the deceased
A body was found at the home of the 'Giants' pro bowler Janoris Jenkins, according to the authorities. It is believed that Jenkins was not home at the time and was reportedly out of the state. The body was found in the basement of his luxury six-bedroom home and was first discovered by a worker. Law enforcement in Bergen County raced to the scene upon hearing about the body.
In a statement, the officials said, "The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit and the Fair Lawn Police Department are investigating a death at 14 Van Saun Place in Fair Lawn, New Jersey," referencing Jenkins place of residence. "The deceased is not the owner of the residence, but the identity of the male decedent cannot be released until next of kin have been notified."
"The investigation is ongoing, and additional information will be provided when it is available and appropriate for release," the statement continued. According to TMZ, the NFL player's camp was aware of the situation. The identity of the victim is currently unknown and investigators are working actively on the case.