See his 911 call here, as he establishes his priority being:
When we speak, we reveal our priorities, background, experience and even personality.
Even in a short call, we know the truth.
Girlfriend's resentment of N.J. toddler prompted dad to kill him, prosecutor says
CAMDEN — David "D.J." Creato, the father of a 3-year-old Haddon Township boy found dead late last year, was arraigned at the Camden County Hall of Justice on Tuesday on charges of first-degree murder and second-degree endangering the welfare of a child.
Creato, wearing a dark blue jail uniform, sat quietly as prosecutor Christine Shah laid out what she admitted was a largely circumstantial case, hinging on the 22-year-old's love affair with a 17-year-old from New York.
Shah claims Creato's girlfriend, previously identified as Julia Spensky, was at his Haddon Township apartment the weekend before Brendan Creato went missing.
Spensky allegedly told Creato she disliked kids and threatened to break up with him since the weekends in which he had custody of Brendan interfered with the couple's time together.
In a blog post that has since been removed, Spensky wrote in the fall that she was "possibly a suspect in a homicide investigation."