A shooting occurred in Trenton, New Jersey last night at approximately 10:10 p.m. The Trenton Police Shooting Response Team was dispatched to the area near Hudson and Bayard Streets, where a male victim had been shot in both legs by a male suspect on foot. Detective Lieutenant Nathan Bolognini confirmed these details to MidJersey.news. The victim was rushed to Capital Health Regional Medical Center immediately after the incident and is now listed in stable condition. There are no further details on the incident at this current time.
Earlier that evening, around 8:42 p.m., the police had responded to an incident on Oakland and Hoffman Streets. Officers witnessed the victim’s vehicle driving from the area of the shooting. It lost control and hit several parked cars in the area of 524 Hoffman Avenue. As the officers approached the victim to give medical assistance, they noticed that he had sustained several gunshot wounds. The victim has been identified as Sherief Treadwell, 36 of Trenton, NJ. Sadly, he was pronounced deceased a short time after arrival at the Capital Health Regional Medical Center.
MidJersey.news had initially reported on Sherief Treadwell’s case, and further investigation had been done on the shooting that occurred at Hudson and Bayard Streets. There has been no confirmation whether the two incidents are related or not.
MidJersey.news released more information on the available image of the crime scene. The image shows the Trenton Police Department at the intersection of Hudson and Bayard Streets, where the shooting had taken place. The image displayed a large area blocked off by the police department, and it is assumed that an investigation had taken place. The picture shows that the area has been secured, and no one is allowed to enter.
The Trenton Police Department continues to work on the case and is looking for any information that the public might have that could be helpful. People can pass on any information by contacting the Trenton Police Department or send a tip through the Trenton Crime Stoppers organization.