EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J.
(AP) — A New Hampshire woman who faces criminal charges stemming from a
New Jersey traffic accident that killed her husband has now been
charged in connection with numerous burglaries in southern Jersey.
County authorities say they found dozens of stolen items — including
jewelry, cameras and electronics — inside an Egg Harbor Township motel
room where 28-year-old Allison Hawks Nasta of Manchester was staying.
They had gone there as part of the investigation into an Aug. 28 crash
in Pleasantville that killed her 34-year-old husband, William, and
injured their two young children.
Authorities say Allison Nasta
was driving with a suspended license when her minivan hit a utility
pole. She faces numerous charges in the crash, including hindering
apprehension and obstruction.