Grandmother Violently Attacked In NJ Home Invasion

MILLVILLE, NJ (CBS) — A grandmother is recovering after being violently attacked during a home invasion in Cumberland County.

The terrifying incident happened at about 8 p.m. Monday inside a home on East Main Street in Millville.

According to family members, several of them, including a seven-month-old and a three-year-old, were inside the home when three armed suspects barged into the home.

The suspects displayed guns and demanded money. They then attacked a 63-year-old grandmother, leaving her with a black eye and numerous stitches on her head and near her eye.

The suspects cut the phone lines inside the home before taking an undisclosed amount of money and fleeing.

Family members believe the attack was well-planned and that the suspects may have been watching the home for days before the attack.

Reported By: Valerie Levesque, CBS 3


One Comment

  1. Bobby says:

    I bet the news article would read differently if grandma’ had a gun to protect herself with.

    How are those “common sense” gun laws working for you, NJ?

  2. Tracy says:

    They are cowards for beating on a defenseless woman!!!! Hope they are caught and brought to justice!

  3. alvin ortiz says:

    what’s this world coming to?

  4. alvin ortiz says:

    it’s messed up.

  5. BlackUSAguy says:

    The trash should be beaten to death for this. If the family members are non-violent, I have some people who will assist when they hear what happen.

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