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Two People Lured Out of their Vehicle and Beaten in Jackson Township

JACKSON, NJ – On Sunday, June 21, at approximately 11:20 pm, officers responded to a residence on South Cooks Bridge Road on the report of a disturbance.

Upon arrival, officers located a 28-year-old male victim who had been assaulted. The victim advised that he and a female had been at an earlier event with the suspects and had left and returned to the South Cooks Bridge Road residence. As they were sitting in the vehicle, a vehicle pulled up and the male suspect exited and knocked on their window, telling the victim to get out. The victim exited the vehicle and was punched by the suspect and a struggle ensued. As the two fell to the ground fighting, a second male ran up from the other vehicle and struck the victim in the head. The victim was stomped and kicked in the head and face as several pieces of jewelry, a watch and cash were stolen from him. The suspects then ran back to their vehicle and fled the scene. The victim was treated by First Aid at the scene.

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Through the investigation, officers were able to identify both suspects and warrants were signed against them. They are identified as:

Michael Stallworth, age 33 of Arcadia Court, Jackson. He was charged with: robbery and aggravated assault.

Kareem Reeves, age 31 of East Spruce Street, Lakewood. He was charged with aggravated assault.

Both suspects are still wanted at this time. Anyone with information about their whereabouts is asked to contact the Jackson Police Department at 732-928-1111 or through the department’s Stop It app.

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At the time of this posting, both men did not appear in the Ocean County Jail inmate records.

This is the second violent crime reported in the past week in Jackson.  Last week, a man was murdered on Cannon Boulevard, about 1 mile from South Hope Chapel Road.

 

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