2 men accused of murder in Cliffside Park face judge

Two men accused of murdering a Cliffside Park restaurant worker and scattering his body parts faced a judge today at Bergen County Superior Court.Prosecutors say

CLIFFSIDE PARK - Two men accused of murdering a Cliffside Park restaurant worker and scattering his body parts faced a judge today at Bergen County Superior Court.

Prosecutors say Pedro Garcia and Wilfredo Sanchez killed Francisco "Cisco" Gonzales, cut up his body, and scattered the parts within a four-block radius of the victim's home. Both Garcia and Sanchez entered not guilty pleas.

Gonzalez's boss, Marc Snyder, says Gonzalez was a model employee. Snyder says Gonzales never missed a day of work in 15 years. Snyder also says Gonzalez was involved in a romantic relationship with Garcia.

Snyder says he never liked Garcia and that lately, Gonzalez seemed troubled.

Both Garcia and Sanchez are being held in the county jail on $2 million bail.

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