Cops: Cumberland County, NJ, Murder Suspect Arrested in Philadelphia
A man wanted for allegedly shooting and killing a man and wounding two others earlier this year in Bridgeton has been arrested in Philadelphia.
The Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office says the United States Marshals Service arrested 22-year-old Tyzir Hall of Clementon on Tuesday.
Hall has been charged with murder, two counts of attempted murder, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm for an unlawful purpose, and unlawful possession of a handgun.
Authorities say back on the afternoon of February 8th, the Bridgeton Police Department responded to the 400 block of South Avenue for a report of a gunshot victim. Officers at the scene found one victim suffering a gunshot wound to the face. That person told officers there was a dead person in the basement, who was later identified as Shaheed Little, who was shot multiple times. A third gunshot victim, who was shot once in the leg, was located on the second floor.
An investigation lead to charges being filed against Hall on February 19th.
Hall is currently being held in Philadelphia pending extradition to New Jersey.
The investigation into this crime continues and anyone with additional information is asked to contact Det. Daniel Bagley of the
Bridgeton Police Department at (856) 451-0033. Anonymous tips can also be shared with the Prosecutor’s Office via their website.