As the investigation continues in the police involved shooting that killed Jerame Reid, Bridgeton’s civic and religious leaders met to call for peace in the community.
Founder Of National Awareness Alliance: Why Was Jerame Reid Killed For Doing Exactly What The Driver Did?
On December 30th, 2014 Jerame Reid was stopped in Bridgeton, New Jersey for running a stop sign. Through the course of events shown on the officer’s dashboard camera, Reid was then shot and killed.
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“He verbalized very well throughout the entire stop. He did exactly what you would expect a seasoned, well-trained, experienced police officer to do,” said one expert Eyewitness News spoke to.
Despite allegations the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s office can’t be objective investigating the police involved shooting of Jerame Reid, the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office will not take over the case.
It started as a simple traffic stop on the night of December 30th after police spotted a Blue Jaguar sedan roll through a stop sign.
Two police officers fatally shot a man who was in a car the officers had stopped in southern New Jersey, but authorities weren’t releasing further details Wednesday other than that a handgun was recovered at the scene.
Flames broke out around 3:30am Wednesday morning.
It happened around 9:20 p.m. Tuesday on South Avenue near Henry Street.
A New Jersey man who directed a woman to initiate sexual activities between a 13-year-old boy and an 8-year-old girl is going to prison.
Police have identified the body as 37-year-old Jennifer Cruz-Chavez.
While the five-year-old German Shepherd won’t be sitting in the jury box any time soon, at least Barrett has a tale to tell and the records to sort of back it up.
According to the Bridgeton Police Department, a 19-year-old man and two juveniles have been arrested and charged in connection with a home invasion and fatal shooting.
Bridgeton Police and the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office are investigating the shooting death of a 44-year-old man during a home invasion at his residence in the 200 block of South Ave. Monday night, in addition to two similar robberies one occurring just prior to the shooting and another Sunday night.
New Jersey’s seventh gun buyback program is taking place in Cumberland County.