Police arrested a 15-year-old suspect on Friday morning after patrolling in the Hanover Park area.
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One Millville police officer and two Winslow Township officers were involved in the shooting, the prosecutor's office said.
First responders arrived and found the victim with a gunshot wound.
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He said the robber - which he described as a white man with a dark beard and a dark hoodie - held an AK-47-type rifle, a police report states. However, he was sentenced to four months in jail to be followed by deportation. Officers saw Muntean flee on foot then stop about 25 to 30 yards away and place a handgun under his chin, Wyatt said.
The incident was posted on the Facebook profile of city police on Saturday with a formal reply from the social media team that the details were being forwarded to the Jeevan Bima Nagar police station.
Two New York women were arrested after they allegedly fled a hit-and-run, and then assaulted the other driver and crashed his vehicle when he followed after them.
The officers involved were equipped with body worn cameras and the cameras were activated at the time of the shooting, according to Wyatt.