A NJ Catholic school teacher was found brutally killed in her Denville, NJ home on Saturday night. Judith Novellino's daughter discovered her mother's body, and it's believed Novellino was killed in the afternoon. The Morris County Medical Examiner prosecutor Robert Bianchi said she "died from blunt force trauma and that the manner of death is homicide. Over 80 stab wounds were inflicted during what can only be described as a very brutal and violent encounter." Now her ex-husband is wanted for questioning.

Novellino, 62, who taught at Morris Catholic High School, had been living with her ex-husband, Anthony Novellino (their divorce was finalized last week; a for sale sign is hanging outside their house). A neighbor told WABC 7, "I didn't know there was any friction or problems between them. They seemed like they had a marriage where he went his way and she went her way."

Bianchi also said, "We have no reason to believe, based on the evidence that we have, that this was a random incident. We believe this victim was targeted," but said that Anthony Novellino was not a suspect, but a "person of interest." However, the Daily Record cites divorce papers which had Judith Novellino saying, "Two family members who are both trained psychologists have had recent correspondence with [Anthony Novellino]. They have both warned me that he is potentially dangerous... Throughout a 37-year marriage I have been subject to the defendant's verbal abuse, his destruction of my personal belongings and his obsessive and controlling personality."