Maybe try the far less offensive alibi of “I was busy crushing ass on the Jersey Shore” next time, sir.
According to NJ.com, a 58-year-old Manchester Township man on trial for the 2013 murder of his elderly neighbor told an Ocean County jury Tuesday afternoon that there was no way he could have been the killer.
His reason? You guessed it: He was busy “using heroin, trying to buy more heroin and running other errands, such as walking his dog.”
Tony Verdicchio was killed on May 12, 2013, when somebody struck him 14 to 16 times in the head with a hammer. But Alan Bienkowski said he was not that somebody, as he was up at 5:30 a.m. snorting a couple bags of heroin, brushing his teeth, walking the dog and then sitting down to do more dope.
The rest of his day consisted of more dog walking, a trip to Newark to buy more heroin from a man known as “Rock” and the bold choice of hanging out for a while before heading home for the night.
Only time will tell if Bienkowski’s testimony will win over the jury, but at the very least, he perfectly detailed how much fun it is to live in the great state of New Jersey.
NEW JERSEY MAN ON TRIAL FOR MURDER SAYS HE COULDN’T HAVE DONE IT BECAUSE HE WAS BUSY DOING HEROIN