Two Charged for Pennsauken Shooting

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Pennsauken, N.J.- Police have arrested Tyron Cooper, 34, and Marcus Johnson, 29, for a shooting that took place just before midnight on June 30th that sent two men to the hospital. One of those victims remains hospitalized today.

“Following a cooperative investigation, two men have been charged in connection to a shooting that occurred on June 30, in Pennsauken,” announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Pennsauken Acting Police Chief Phil Olivo.

Accoring to police, on Thursday, June 30,just before midnight, detectives of the CCPO Major Crimes Unit and the Pennsauken Police Department initiated an investigation after responding to the 4400 block of Marlton Pike, Pennsauken, for a report of a large fight and shootings. Two men were struck by the gunfire in the shooting. One man was released from the hospital and the other man remains hospitalized.

Cooper and Johnson are in custody and will be lodged at the Camden County Correctional Facility.