The man was hospitalized in serious but stable condition. Neither officer was injured in the confrontation, but authorities would not identify them or provide further details on the shooting.
One man is being called a hero for saving lives during Friday’s supermarket shooting in New Jersey.
6:00 a.m. is the time that the Pathmark in Old Bridge would normally open, but it was still roped off on Saturday morning as a crime scene. Police are continuing to investigate what caused an employee to snap.
Terence Tyler, 23, working a night shift left the store around 3:30 a.m. and came back a short time later armed with an AK-47 and an automatic pistol and opened fire, according to authorities.
Barry Deloatch’s son, Barry Gavin, left a three-hour, closed-door meeting with the Middlesex County Prosecutor upset and dissatisfied, saying more could have been done to enact justice following the 2011 killing of his dad.
A veteran New Jersey police officer who violated a restraining order was shot and killed during a nine-hour standoff at his home, and authorities were trying to determine whether he killed himself or was hit by fellow officers.
Investigators believe the thefts may be the work of “individuals involved in nontraditional religious practice,” but declined further comment.
Authorities announced Saturday that they are actively searching for 19-year-old Jorge Borrero in the death of Malcolm Harvey.
The family of Tyler Clementi is speaking out for the first time, requesting privacy and thanking family, friends and the public for their “outpouring of emotion.”