Medical examiner: Linden woman strangled to death

New details have emerged in the murder of a Linden woman found last month.

A medical examiner has ruled Tyrita Julius's preliminary cause of death as strangulation.

A medical examiner has ruled Tyrita Julius's preliminary cause of death as strangulation. (9/3/16)

LONG BRANCH - New details have emerged in the murder of a Linden woman found last month.

A medical examiner has ruled Tyrita Julius's preliminary cause of death as strangulation.

As News 12 has reported, the 41-year-old's body was found in the backyard of a Long Branch home last month. Julius was reported missing in March.

Julius' friends, 33-year-old Jennifer Sweeney and 32-year-old Andre Harris, are charged with her murder.

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