Editor’s note: This post was updated to reflect that Izaia Bullock’s court appearance on Wednesday was adjourned.
The former Rutgers University football player accused of plotting to kill two family members of an acquaintance was scheduled to appear in court Wednesday but the hearing was adjourned to a later date.
Izaia Bullock, who walked on to the Rutgers football team as a linebacker in 2017, is charged with attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
Bullock, 22, was arrested on Oct. 29 after authorities said he confirmed to Rutgers police his plan to commit the double murder and a search of his vehicle turned up a mask, gloves and crushed Tylenol.
Police learned of Bullock’s plan, authorities said, after another person came forward to police with a recording of Bullock discussing the plot. Bullock confided in that person and also attempted to recruit him as the getaway driver and the lookout, according to authorities.
On Nov. 1, the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office announced it had filed an additional charge of cyber harassment against Bullock. Authorities said he threatened to send nude photos to a woman’s employer.
Because the additional charge was filed a day before Bullock’s initial detention hearing, his attorney, Steven Altman, requested additional time to review all the discovery in the case.
That request was granted by Superior Court Judge Michael Toto.
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