New Jersey Police Detective Joseph Walker spoke exclusively about the case that had him facing murder charges in Maryland – and advised others to stay level-headed.
What started out as a normal day visiting relatives last year ended with a dramatic life change for an off-duty Hudson County, New Jersey police detective in Maryland, as he drew a gun and shot a man dead.
A jury in Maryland issued a not guilty verdict Wednesday for a New Jersey police detective charged with murder in a road rage incident.
A witness told investigators that the confrontation started when Joseph Walker’s minivan cut off Joseph Harvey’s car on Saturday night, according to court documents.
An off-duty Hudson County, N.J., police detective was facing charges Sunday in what might have been a road rage shooting.