Two indicted for ambushing, attempting to murder New Jersey cop

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PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP, NJ – Two men have been indicted for attempted murder after shooting at Pemberton police officers, nearly striking one in the head.

According to the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office, the two suspects shot at a patrol vehicle of a Pemberton Township police officer seven years ago in the Sunbury Village section of Pemberton Township.

The Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office released the following information:

Tayron Brown, 24, of Trenton, was indicted on charges of Attempted Murder (First Degree), Conspiracy to Commit Murder (First Degree), Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Second Degree), Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Second Degree) and Aggravated Assault (Third Degree).

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Brown’s co-defendant, Kavon Carter, 23, of Pemberton Township, was indicted on charges of Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Second Degree) and Aggravated Assault (Third Degree). The indictment was returned July 16 and signed by Prosecutor Coffina. An arraignment will be held soon in Superior Court.

“Brown is presently incarcerated in New Jersey state prison, and Carter is in the Burlington County Jail, both for unrelated offenses,” the prosecutor’s office said. “Brown and Carter were initially charged in September 2019, however the opportunity to seek an indictment was delayed because grand juries were not convened during the pandemic.”

The investigation revealed that an officer was parked along Lemmon Avenue on September 24, 2014, when a bullet fired in his direction struck the roof of the marked patrol vehicle, approximately six inches above the officer’s head.

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The investigation was conducted by the Prosecutor’s Office and the Pemberton Township Police Department. Brown and Carter are being prosecuted by Assistant Prosecutor Mike Angermeier, supervisor of the BCPO Gang, Gun and Narcotics Task Force.

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