DAILYKENN.com -- The remains of a teen gone missing since October were found in a New Jersey woods.
Reports say two males, Jose Sosa-Ayala, 40, and Jose Felix-Sosa, 45, were arrested for dumping the body after Danyelle Minerva died at the home of one of the men.
Two men stand accused of dumping a missing South Jersey teenager's body in a rural area of Salem County.
Danyelle Minerva, of Atco, had been missing since October before tree trimmers found her body on Jan. 11 off Woodstown-Alloway Road in Alloway Township.
State Police arrested Jose Sosa-Ayala, 40, and Jose Felix-Sosa, 45, on Thursday and charged the men with disposing of Minerva's body.
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