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Cops shot, CO dead in NJ police station shootout

Three police officers also were shot but are expected to make full recoveries

ABC News

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ — The man who "unleashed a barrage of gunfire" on three police officers this morning in New Jersey was an employee of the New Jersey Department of Corrections who had been arrested for allegedly stalking his ex-girlfriend's home.

The suspect was shot dead in the police station. Three police officers also were shot but are expected to make full recoveries.

Eddie Jones III, 39, of Willingboro, N.J., was arrested around 1 a.m., when he was found allegedly stalking the home of his former girlfriend. Jones was employed by the Department of Corrections as a civilian communications officer, not a sworn corrections officer, police said.

Full story: Cops Shot, Corrections Worker Dead in NJ Police Station Shootout



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