Family Of Man Killed In 2019 Home Invasion Prays For Closure
The family of a man who was slain in his home as part of a home invasion is still looking to find closure, even two years after his death.
We're referring to the family of Walter Lee Brown III of Vineland, Cumberland County. He was shot in his home on East Oxford Street after an intruder broke into his family's house at night. According to NJ.com, the 32-year-old was pronounced dead once he arrived at Inspira Hospital. The family and his long-time partner, Carmen Rosario, still have so many unanswered questions regarding that night.
The Daily Journal recently shared a video of a sit-down catch-up session with Rosario as well as Brown's mother in which they expressed their thoughts regarding the case's progress. What baffles the family most is how no more information has been discovered to date. NJ.com reports that the Prosecutor's office confirmed Brown was shot before the suspects took off. With that knowledge, the family struggles to accept that there's absolutely no one else out there with any more information regarding the incident that took their loved one.
People close to the family described Brown as a stand-up guy, a great father, and a good friend. Brown apparently "ran a company" according to one family member. Another family member also noted that this family has lost more than one to a shooting, one person in particular being Brown's older brother who reportedly died 17-years ago this year. An uncle also died as a result of gun violence.
If anyone has any information about this case, you're urged to reach out to the Prosecutor's office.
Sources: NJ.com, TheDailyJournal.com