Affidavit: Murder, Burned Body, And “Erotic Asphyxiation” During Sexual Activities, After Meeting Via Online Dating Application “Skip The Games”

July 27, 2022

NOTE: Midjersey.news has spoken to a close neighbor and the property owner was down the shore at the time of the incident and unaware of what happened until being contacted by police. The neighbor explained that Harley Wildmann was just staying at the home temporarily.

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, NJ (MERCER)—An affidavit obtained by MidJersey.News from the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office speaks of a horrific murder, a burned body and “erotic asphyxiation” during sexual activities in Hamilton Township after meeting via online dating application “Skip the Games”

The affidavit states that during an interview with police detectives Harley Wildmann agreed to meet with the deceased victim, Lisa Lloyd via the dating application “Skip the Games” Lisa drove her vehicle, a Nissan Armada with North Dakota plates to his residence. Wildman stated upon arrival at the residence, the two engaged in sexual activities for the evening. Wildmann explained that he and Lloyd agreed to have Lloyd’s hands and feet bound by zip ties for sexual purposes. Wildman explained that he tied an electrical power cord around Lloyd’s neck for the purpose of erotic asphyxiation. Wildman stated while performing sexual acts on one another, Lloyd began groaning unintelligibly, and shortly after, began twitching and convulsing. Wildmann continued that Lloyd lost consciousness and he believed that Lloyd had died. Wildmann stated he wrapped Lloyd in a blanket, placed her in a contractor trash bag, and ultimately placed Lloyd in a trash can. Wildman stated he kept the trash can in his room for approximately one (1) day. Wildmann stated he disposed of zip ties in the trash that was currently in front of 120 Manor Boulevard, Hamilton, New Jersey. Wildmann also admitted to abandoning Lloyd’s vehicle, cellphone, and other personal items. Wildmann stated that on July 25, 2022, he moved the trash can containing Lloyd’s body and brought a gasoline can to the truck bed of the discolored red and grey 1995 Chevrolet S10. Wildmann stated at that point he drove to a nearby gas station and purchased gas for both his vehicle and the gasoline can. Wildmann stated while driving to areas of Pennsylvania and back to New Jersey, he devised a plan to discard Lloyd’s body. Wildmann said he decided to drive to the cemetery on Cedar Lane due to the familiarity of the area. Wildmann stated he drove into the cemetery discarding the trash can with Lloyd’s body contained withing and set both on fire with gasoline, as stated in the affidavit.

On Tuesday, July 26, 2022, at approximately 6:35 a.m., the Hamilton Police Department received a telephone call from a citizen reporting she believed there to be a “burnt body on the sidewalk” Hamilton Police Officers responded and arrived on scene at Saint Mary’s Cemetery, 1200 Cedar Lane. Hamilton Police Officers located the deceased victim, burned and unidentifiable, in the middle of the cemetery yard. The victim was found lying on the roadway of Clover Avenue. Hamilton Police Officers were able to view what appeared to be a cord around the unidentified victims neck. Hamilton Police Department contacted the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide Task Force and Detectives. The Middlesex County Medical Examiner’s Office Doctor Laura Thoma pronounced the deceased at 9:22 a.m. and Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide Task Force Detectives commenced an investigation into the deceased individual’s death, who was later identified as Lisa Lloyd as stated in the affidavit.

A canvas of the area revealed that surveillance footage revealed that on July 26, 2022, at approximately 1:48 a.m., a vehicle is seen approaching the area of the recovered human remains on Clover Avenue from Lily Street. The vehicle stopped and at approximately 1:51 a.m. the vehicle continues driving on Clover Avenue toward Cedar Lane. The vehicle conducts a U-Turn prior to Cedar Lane and returns to the are of the recovered human remains. The vehicle stops momentarily and at approximately 1:52 a.m., an incipient ignition of fire can be seen adjacent to the stopped vehicle.

The affidavit says that at approximately 1:53 a.m., the same vehicle can be seen fleeing on Clover Avenue toward Lily Street. The vehicle makes a right on Lily Street followed by a right on Ridge Avenue. The vehicle is then viewed exiting the cemetery on Ridge Avenue toward Cedar Lane. The vehicle is then viewed making a left hand turn on Cedar Lane, at which time surveillance footage reveals the vehicle to be a discolored red and grey Chevrolet S10, with a silver hard tonneau cover elevated from the bed of the truck. The vehicle is fleeing the are on Cedar Lan toward Hunt Avenue and according to the affidavit continues out of surveillance footage view.

At approximately 10:34 a.m., while canvassing for further video surveillance footage in the area, Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide Task Force members observed a vehicle matching the description of the aforementioned suspect vehicle. An investigative traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle, which is further described as a discolored red and grey 1995 Chevrolet S10, with a silver hard tonneau cover. The vehicle was being operated by Harley Wildmann along with a passenger were detained and transported to the Mercer County Homicide Task Force Office for the murder investigation of Lisa Lloyd according to the affidavit.

At 6:21 p.m., the Honorable Judge J. Adam Hughes approved search warrants for the Chevrolet S10, Nissan Armada, and residence of 120 Manor Boulevard, Hamilton, NJ 08620.

The affidavit states that a search of the 1995 Chevrolet S10 revealed numerous items which included a cell phone, zip ties, and a rubber bungee. A search of the 2007 Nissan Armada revealed several items which included a purse and women clothing. A search of the residence at 120 Manor Blvd., revealed numerous items which included men clothing, men shoes, zip ties, sawed off pump shotgun, and gas can.

Despite having been charged, every defendant is presumed innocent until found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.


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Copy of the affidavit as provided by the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office


Police search a residence on Manor Boulevard, Hamilton Township, NJ on July 26, 2022

NOTE: Midjersey.news has spoken to a close neighbor and the property owner was down the shore at the time of the incident and unaware of what happened until being contacted by police. The neighbor explained that Harley Wildmann was just staying at the home temporarily.


A Trump 2024 Save America Again flag is displayed in the window of a residence Manor Boulevard, Hamilton Township, NJ on July 27, 2022.


A trash can in front of 120 Manor Boulevard, Hamilton Township, NJ as seen from the roadway on July 27, 2022.



A discolored red and grey 1995 Chevrolet S10, with a silver hard tonneau cover at a traffic stop yesterday at the Fast Trac Gas Station July 27, 2022. The “person of interest was identified as Harley Wildmann and is seen in the back of a police vehicle. Photos by: Brian McCarthy


Harley Wildmann, 42, was arrested and charged Tuesday evening with first-degree murder, second-degree desecration of human remains, third- and fourth-degree weapons offenses and fourth-degree tampering with evidence. The prosecutor’s office has filed a motion to detain Wildmann pending trial.

At approximately 6:45 a.m. on July 26, Hamilton police received a call from someone in the area of Clover Avenue who observed what appeared to be human remains near the cemetery. Police arrived and located a severely burned deceased victim. The victim was later identified as 39-year-old Lisa Lloyd of Ewing.

Detectives collected video from the area surrounding the cemetery and identified a two- tone Chevy S10 pickup truck with NJ registration driving past in the early morning of Tuesday, July 26. At approximately 1:48 a.m., the vehicle could be seen stopping for several minutes in the area where the remains were found. A short time later, a large fire can be seen adjacent to the stopped vehicle.

Detectives located the Chevy S10 pickup truck later that morning in the area of Chambers and E. Franklin Streets and conducted a motor vehicle stop. The driver of the vehicle was Harley Wildmann. A female passenger was also in the vehicle. Interviews were conducted by task force detectives and the female was released.

Anyone with information is asked to call HTF Detective Sherika Salmon at (609) 989- 6406. Information can also be emailed to mchtftips@mercercounty.org.

Despite having been charged, every defendant is presumed innocent until found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.






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