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Two NJ Men Charged with Glassboro Shooting



By: Yuritza Arroyo

On Thursday, April 13, at approximately 5:19 P.M., officers from the Glassboro Police Department were dispatched to a residence on Cleveland Avenue for the report of gunshots.

According to Police, upon arrival, they discovered several discharged cartridge casings, indicating there had been an open-air exchange of gunfire.

Police say responding officers were also subsequently alerted that a male, identified as 28-year-old Shamir Brown of Sharon Hill, Pa., self-transported from the Cleveland Avenue scene to Jefferson Hospital in Washington Township with a gunshot wound to the stomach.


 Brown received treatment and survived the gunshot wound. 

According to authorities, during the investigation, two (2) handguns were seized from a residence on Cleveland Avenue subsequent to the execution of a court-authorized search warrant.

Authorities say as a result, 23-year-old Samuel Carrand 37-year-old William Walls, both of Glassboro, have been charged with the following offenses:

Unlawful Possession of Weapon: 2C:39-5B(1)

Possession of Weapon for Unlawful Purpose: 2C:39-4A(1)

Possession of Weapon by Prohibited Person: 2C:39-7B

Possession of a Defaced Firearm: 2C:39-3D

According to officials, Carr and Walls were processed and then lodged in the Salem County Correctional Facility pending further proceedings.​