Nathalie Narcisse said she was asleep in her bedroom when she woke to gunfire and a hot, searing pain she couldn’t immediately identify.
Louis Alvarado, of Hamilton, was sentenced on Friday to four years in prison after pleading guilty to receiving stolen property and other charges.
They were among a handful of people standing around a parked car talking to a friend in Wyandanch when several gunshots were fired into the group Monday night.
Bridgeton Police Chief Mark Ott said Ralph Peter Jamison was arrested Friday and charged with the death of Quantasia Bessix in Bridgeton on Aug. 11.
Ada Lopez, 70, survived a drive-by shooting that left her with three bullet wounds.
Gloria Johnson was taken to Brookdale University Hospital on Wednesday afternoon, where she is listed in stable condition. She is expected to make a full recovery.
The autopsy report was released late last week after a security hold was lifted.
“The car went by and took a couple of shots, eight or nine shots,” owner Neil Erickson said. “One went through the window, it didn’t hit anybody inside.”
The shooting happened near the intersection of Rockaway and Riverdale avenues just after 7 p.m. Sunday as several children were outside playing on the street.
Four men and four women were standing on Governor Street when someone drove by, spraying bullets into the crowd around 10:30 p.m., Lt. Richard Reyes said.
State Police Sgt. Julian Castellanos said it appears the men were shot before they pulled their SUV over in a construction zone in the southbound lanes near Interchange 6 in Burlington County Tuesday.
It happened early Tuesday in the southbound lanes near Interchange 6 in Burlington County. That’s where the turnpike meets the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
A mother in Meriden, Conn., is coping with unspeakable heartache Monday night after her teenage son was gunned down in a drive-by shooting in the Bronx.