The parents of the youngest victim of New Jersey’s supermarket massacre broke their silence on Thursday and are now fighting for what could become “Cristina’s Law” — something they say would prevent future tragedies.
Authorities have released details in an August shooting that left three Old Bridge, NJ Pathmark employees dead.
Several of the calls are from terrified employees trapped inside the store during the shooting.
Candles, flowers and a sign are in front of the Pathmark in Old Bridge in memory of 18-year-old Cristina LoBrutto and 24-year-old Bryan Breen — the victims of the Aug. 31 shooting.
Hundreds of mourners gathered inside St. Ambrose Church in Old Bridge to say a final farewell to LoBrutto.
A New Jersey community said goodbye to two young people Wednesday that were shot and killed in a violent murder-suicide rampage last week.
Bryan Breen, 24,was remembered Tuesday for his gentle nature, his outgoing personality and his love of life.
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.
School board president Eugene Donofrio is one of many in the tight-knight Old Bridge High School community mourning the students’ loss.
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.
Tyler’s mother, Beverly Dyson, died a few years ago and family members said he took it hard and never seemed to recover.