The Ventnor man who turned himself into police for a murder that happened 23 years ago is speaking out from jail.
Steven Goff, 41, says that the stabbing death of a fifteen year old boy, when Goff was 18, has haunted him and he wanted to give his victim's family closure. Goff turned himself into Galloway Township Police Monday for the 1990 murder of Frederick Hart and says that he had become an emotional wreck.
"A living hell, living with it every day. I wasn't worried about getting caught. I had no chance of getting caught from this crime, whatsoever. I was away scot–free but you know, that doesn't mean that it was away in my mind," Goff said in a phone interview.
Goff is currently being held at the Atlantic County Justice Facility on one million dollars bail.
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