Middle TOWNSHIP — Police are browsing for a guy they say shot at his ex-girlfriend’s motor vehicle right after she remaining work Saturday afternoon.
Law enforcement were being named to Pennsylvania Avenue in the township’s Whitesboro part at 4:04 p.m. The lady advised officers her ex-boyfriend, 22-calendar year-previous Malik Brogden, of Maryland, fired one particular shot at her car, police stated.
Neither the woman or her car were struck by the bullet, police explained.
The woman stated Brogden initially approached her at her task. He then adopted the girl and fired the gun at her car on Pennsylvania Avenue, police mentioned.
Middle TOWNSHIP — Three township inhabitants ended up arrested Monday in a drug investigation.
A warrant has been issued for Brogden’s arrest. He’s billed with aggravated assault, possession of a weapon for an unlawful function, possession of a handgun without having a allow and stalking.
Brogden was past found driving a black, two-door 2013 Mercedes-Benz 350 with a Maryland non permanent registration.
Anyone who is aware of Brogden’s whereabouts or has probably witnessed his car or truck can simply call police at 609-465-8700 or the Cape May possibly County Prosecutor’s Place of work at 609-465-1135.
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