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LISTEN to the 911 call from Ventnor double homicide

LISTEN to the 911 call from Ventnor double homicide

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On the morning of July 8, an employee at the Vassar Square Arms high-rise in Ventnor found two residents dead inside their condominium. 

During the 911 call, the employee describes the scene as "blood everywhere," while family member Richard Rosen explains how he thought his niece, Heather Gordon Barbera, killed his mother and sister.

Barbera was the primary suspect and she was later located in New York City, then extradited back to Atlantic County to face robbery and murder charges.

She is currently awaiting a court appearance. She remains in the Atlantic County jail in Mays Landing.

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Joined the Press in November 2016. Graduate of Quinnipiac University. Previously worked as a freelance reporter in suburban Philadelphia and news/talk radio producer.

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