Millville man pleads guilty to attempted murder in Toms River

A Millville man pleaded guilty Wednesday to attempted murder in connection with an incident at a local hotel earlier this year.

Ocean County Attorney Bradley D. Billhimer said Carles Bryant, 34, of Millville argued in court yesterday in a March 3 incident at the Howard Johnson Hotel in Toms River.

Billhimer says that when Bryant is sentenced next month, the state “will recommend a fifteen-year sentence in New Jersey state prison, subject to the terms of the early release ban. “

The incident in question was reported around 10:30 p.m. on March 3. According to Billhimer, Toms River Police responded to a 911 call from the Howard Johnson Hotel in reference to an altercation between a man and a woman in the hotel lobby. “When response officers arrived, they found a female victim – unconscious with multiple apparent stab wounds to the head, face and body. The woman was taken to a local hospital, where she was treated for her injuries and eventually released. “

An investigation led police to identify Bryant as the possible assailant. He was arrested on March 19 – taken into custody in Atlantic City by United States Marshals, without incident.

Bryant has been held at the Ocean County Jail since his arrest.

THE SOURCE: Ocean County District Attorney’s Office.

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