On Tuesday, two people opened fire into the home of two New Jersey police officers who have a newborn child, and a manhunt continues in search of the shooters.
In a press conference, Camden County Police Chief Joseph Wysocki discussed details from the shooting. He indicated that one of the officers had worked for the police department for four-and-a-half years, and the other had been with the force for two-and-a half years.
HAPPENING NOW: Camden County Police are asking for your help in capturing the person/s responsible for shooting up the home of 2 police officers, with their newborn inside. I’ll have the latest on the investigation on @CBSPhilly at 6. pic.twitter.com/JEnl5SzEzU
— Kimberly Davis CBS3 (@KimberlyDavisTV) September 17, 2020
“We have two young officers. They were born in the city, raised in the city, and are members of the
At least one gunman attacked the home of two Camden County, New Jersey police officers and their 10-day old infant earlier this week in what the police chief has since labeled a “targeted attack,” which came days after two Los Angeles deputy sheriffs were ambushed by gunfire in their vehicles.
The officers and their baby were not injured in the Tuesday attack, Camden Police Chief Joseph Wysocki said at a Thursday press conference.
Investigators believe two suspects, driven by a third, pulled up outside the officers’ Camden County home before midnight on Tuesday and sprayed bullets, with at least two piercing the front door.
“I do know that this was a targeted attack against this residence and the officers inside,” said Wysocki, who described the couple as “two really good officers” who were “constantly interacting with members
CAMDEN, N.J. – Assailants opened fire on the home of two Camden County Police officers Tuesday night, with two bullets piercing the front door of the couple’s East Camden residence, authorities disclosed Thursday.
The officers and their 10-day-old baby escaped injury during the late-night attack, said Camden County Police Chief Joseph Wysocki.
“It shocks the conscience that this occurred,” Wysocki said at a press conference.
“I don’t know why they were targeted,” he added, describing the unnamed couple as “two really good officers assigned to our Neighborhood Response Team.”
“They’re constantly interacting with members of the community,” he said. “We’re looking into every arrest that they have had. We’re not going to
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New Jersey Lawyer Issued Almost $9 Million in PPP Loans, Bought House, Invested In Stock Market, DOJ Says
A New Jersey attorney was indicted on Tuesday with multiple counts of bank fraud for allegedly obtaining $9 million in federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.
Jae H. Choi of Bergen County submitted four fraudulent applications for PPP loans to four lenders on behalf of four businesses that were said to provide educational services, according to filed documents and statements made in court. He allegedly lied about the existence of hundreds of employees on the application, manipulated bank records, and falsified a driver’s license—while stating that these companies paid over $3 million in monthly wages.
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