A felon accused of killing a Woodbury woman and then dumping her body in a clothing-collection bin has a criminal history dating back more than a decade.
Harry John Neher, 32, was charged Monday afternoon with first-degree murder and related charges in the slaying of Sabrina R. Bullock, 41.
Neher and Bullock lived in the same apartment building at 51 S. Broad St. in Woodbury.
An autopsy by the Gloucester County Medical Examiner determined Bullock died of blunt trauma to the head and neck.
Bullock lived with her juvenile daughter. Bullock was last seen alive on Saturday, Dec. 29 and was reported missing by her family on Sunday. A Woodbury police officer conducting a missing-person search found her body.
Neher pleaded guilty in May 1999 to a third-degree count of burglary and one count of arson in Salem County. He was sentenced to seven months in county jail and two years' probation, according to court records, which identify him as Harry J. Neher III.
A Gloucester County grand jury indicted Neher in February 2012 on charges of illegal possession of a stun gun, and possession of a weapon by a felon. Neher was arrested on those charges on Dec. 19, 2011, in Woodbury.
Neher, who is unemployed, was held in the Gloucester County Jail in lieu of $1 million bail in connection with Bullock's slaying.
Bullock's slaying remains under investigation. Anyone with information about her death is asked to contact Det. Tom Ryan of the Woodbury Police Department at 856-845-0065 or Det. Stacie Lick of the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office at 856-384-5608.