Bergenfield Shooting Today – The prosecutor for Bergen County reported that a woman was shot on Sunday night inside a residence in Bergenfield. According to a statement from the prosecutor’s office, Bergenfield police responding to a 911 call found the woman suffering from multiple gunshot wounds inside a home on North Taylor Street at 6:50 p.m. For medical attention, the person was brought to Hackensack University Medical Center. The officers at the time of this incident did not immediately reveal the victim’s identification.
The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit and the Bergenfield Police Department are still looking into the incident. There was no information available regarding any arrests or the victim’s health. The incident was confirmed by Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella, who also stated that his Major Crimes Unit, Bergenfield police, and the Bergen County Sheriff’s Bureau of Criminal Identification, which gathered evidence, are all working on the case with their assistance.
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According to authorities, a Hackensack man who shot a Paterson resident was charged with attempted murder. The suspect, named Jamal Rollins, 29, was apprehended by city police less than a week after the shooting that took place on May 5 near the intersection of Pearl and Summer Streets. The victim, a 26-year-old man, was shot while he was in a private vehicle when he came for treatment at St. Joseph’s University Medical Center. The victim told responding police officers that he was in the automobile at the time of the shooting.
According to data that can be found in the archives of the Superior Court in Hackensack, Rollins has a history of criminal activity that spans more than a decade and includes arrests for drug dealing as well as sales to minors. Following his arrest by city police near the corner of 16th Avenue and Carroll Street shortly before 4 p.m. on Thursday, May 11, he was charged with two counts of illegal possession of weapons in addition to attempted murder. This time, the charges against him include attempted murder. Since then, he has continued to be detained at the Bergen County Jail.
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