New Brunswick — No arrests have been made in three separate violent crimes in the city, which calls itself the heart of New Jersey, during the weekend.
Middlesex County Prosecutor Yolanda Ciccone said her office is investigating the Sunday morning shootings in the area of Ramsen Avenue and Seaman Street in New Brunswick at around 10:20 a.m. One man was shot and is in critical condition. Was admitted to the hospital.
An eyewitness told police that Rutgers University police also reported the shooting Saturday night after an argument between people in two vehicles near the intersection of Easton Avenue and Prosper Street. No one was reported to be injured.
According to Rutgers University police, the violent incidents began late Friday when two men wearing ski masks forcibly broke into an apartment near the intersection of Hamilton Street and Lewis Street and stole personal property.
According to police, three individuals “affiliated” to Rutgers University were threatened and ransacked the home, but no one was injured.
Contact correspondent Dan Alexander at dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNJ
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