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Michelle Lodzinski, suspected of killing her 5-year-old son in 1991, will be investigated Friday night on NBC’s “Date Line” into one of Mid Jersey’s most notorious murders brought to national attention. “Dateline” will air a two-hour special on Friday at 9 p.m. about the kidnapping and death of Lozinski and her son, Timothy Wiltsey, in 1991. The show will air four months after the state Supreme Court quashed Lozinski’s conviction. Let’s find out the full details of the case and examine what happened to the child and whether he was killed by his mother.
Former New Jersey State Police Detective Keith Hackett, retired state trooper, Detective Sgt. Jerry Lewis, Timothy Wiltsey’s cousin Jennifer Dilcher, Lodzinski’s sister Linda Hisey and Wiltsey’s childhood friend Tara Packard will be interviewed by Dateline reporter Andrea Canning. Lozinski declined to be interviewed on the radio, according to attorney Gerald Crovatin, who was interviewed with defense attorney David Fawcett. Throughout the trial, Hisey stood by her sister staunchly.
Who is Michelle Lozinski?
Timothy’s nanny Dilcher testified at the trial that the blue blanket she found along with Timothy’s body in 1992 belonged to her aunt Michelle Lozinski, who lives in South Amboy. She was one of three nannies who identified Timothy’s blanket as his. Before Lozinski went to jail for the murder of Timothy, Packard filed a letter with the court detailing the one she and Timothy shared after discovering their room shared a wall that they both knocked on secret.
Packard, a kindergarten classmate, slept in bed the night Timothy disappeared, terrified of her friend, and banged on the wall in the middle of the night, hoping he had been found. She pressed her ear to the wall, expecting a knock on the door, but it never came. Lodzinski was released from jail in late December 2021, just hours after the New Jersey Supreme Court overturned her 30-year-old conviction for murdering her son in 2016, one of Middlesex County’s oldest unsolved cases one.
According to the Supreme Court, the prosecution did not provide any direct or inferential evidence that Lozinski intentionally or deliberately caused her son’s death. Lodzinski will not be tried again for her son’s acquittal. Medical experts have not determined Timothy’s cause of death, but it was reported that the cause of death was homicide. Stay tuned to our website for more updates and the latest news from around the world.
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