Teaneck man has pleaded not guilty in the killings
Sunday, February 3
Funeral services will be held Tuesday for an Englewood mother and her 5-year-old daughter who prosecutors allege were brutally murdered by the woman's boyfriend. Viewings for 41-year-old Tam Marie "Tammy" Pitts-Gaddy and her daughter, Natasia Gaddy, will begin at 9 a.m. at Community Baptist Church in Englewood, with funeral services set for 11 a.m. Michael C. Brady, of Teaneck, stabbed Pitts-Gaddy to death during an argument before smothering her young daughter, who witnessed the killing, prosecutors said. Brady and Pitts-Gaddy dated for about three years, according to authorities. Brady, 34, pleaded not guilty last week to charges including murder and weapons possession. He remained held on $2 million bail Sunday afternoon, jail records …
Police are questioning a person of interest in the murders of resident Tammy Gaddy and her 5-year-old daughter, Natasia, Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli confirmed.
UPDATE: Teaneck Man Charged in Englewood Double Murder Police are questioning a person of interest Wednesday in the murders of an Englewood woman and her young daughter who were found dead Tuesday in the red brick apartment they shared on W. Palisade Avenue, Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said. Longtime Englewood resident Tammy Gaddy, 40, was found Tuesday with multiple stab wounds and her 5-year-old daughter, Natasia, a student at the Quarles Early Learning Center, appears to have been asphyxiated in what police have classified as a double homicide. A school district spokeswoman said grief counselors have been made available at the school Wednesday. Molinelli would not identify the person of interest under questioning, but …