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Sunday, February 8, 2009


The New York Daily News by CHRISTINA CARREGA, JOHN DOYLE and TOM LIDDY - February 8, 2009

A drunken Jersey City cop plowed his car into a young couple as they crossed a downtown street early yesterday, killing the woman and leaving her boyfriend in intensive care, sources said. Officer Martin Abreu, 25, from Jersey City, who was off-duty, allegedly mowed down law school grad Marilyn Huang Feng and her hedge-fund analyst boyfriend, Dennis Loffredo, both 26, as they walked across West Street, at Albany Street, in the Financial District. The pair, who had been dating for two years, had just left the tango lessons they take each week when they were struck by Abreu's Toyota Camry at about 3:40 a.m. Feng, who graduated New York University Law School in 2007 and lived nearby, died immediately, cops said. "She's a very sweet, soft-spoken, lovely very petite and darling girl," Loffredo's tearful mom, Diane, told The Post last night. Feng, who was studying for the bar, came to New York from Shanghai to study law and was about to start a new job tomorrow. "She was hoping to just make her life better in the US," Loffredo's mom added. Her son was rushed to St. Vincent's Hospital, where he was listed in critical, but stable condition. He is expected to undergo surgery today for a badly broken leg. Loffredo's childhood pal, Roger An, 28, said his friend was devastated to learn of Feng's death. "Dennis is being very strong," the pal said. "This is the worst thing that has every happened to him." An said that Feng and Loffredo loved to dance. "She was very active in the tango community," he told The Post. "They go there every weekend just to dance. She loved dancing with her boyfriend." Abreu was hit with a slew of charges last night at his arraignment including aggravated vehicular homicide and DWI.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

do we know more about the cop?or at least a picture?