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Crime Hero cops in Jersey City shootout saved lives with their quick actions

17:30  13 december  2019
17:30  13 december  2019 Source:   northjersey.com

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A pair of shooters wielding rifles, shotguns and handguns had just stormed the JC Kosher Supermarket on Martin Luther King Drive, firing as they approached.

As citizens on the street scattered, running from the duo, two city cops — Mariela Fernandez and Ray Sanchez — did the opposite and charged toward the shop.

A bullet struck Sanchez, who crumbled to the sidewalk.

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Sgt. Marjorie Jordan wasted no time, and is seen on a bystander's video racing toward her wounded colleague, grabbing him and pulling him away. The two sprint around a corner, ducking as gunshots crack through the street.

Jordan's heroics shined brilliantly Tuesday, one of the darkest days in recent memory for New Jersey's second-largest city. But it did not surprise her colleagues.

“That’s always been her," said Jersey City Police Det. Rashaun Spence. "Always."

"She would never tell you to do anything she wouldn’t do herself," added city Police Det. Dejon Morris. “She’s awesome."

The shooters then holed up in the store and exchanged fire with police for nearly three hours. Six people lay dead by the end: three bystanders, Police Det. Joseph Seals, a North Arlington resident who was killed at a nearby cemetery, and the two shooters.

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Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop spoke highly of the officers' actions on a Wednesday morning radio show.

“They didn’t hesitate," he said. "Absent their bravery running towards the gunfire, the perpetrators would not have been confined to that grocery store. … This could have been far, far worse.”

State Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, who is overseeing much of the investigation, said at a Thursday news conference that the shooters — David Anderson and Francine Graham — abhorred Jewish people and law enforcement.

"The evidence points towards an act of hate," Grewal said.

Grewal and other officials stressed that although three civilians died — Leah Minda Ferencz, Moshe Hirsch Deutsch and Douglas Miguel Rodriguez Barzola — the toll could have been much higher if not for the Jersey City Police Department and the agencies who helped it.

“It was really uplifting to see how determined they were to get those people,” said city Councilman Rich Boggiano, a retired cop who once taught at the city's now-shuttered police academy. "Sometimes you don’t think about what the danger is, you just think about the safety of your fellow officers and the people. I’m really proud of them.”

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Dalton Price, a retired detective lieutenant in the Paterson Police Department, said no amount of training can prepare officers for active shooters because every scenario is so wildly different.

"The only thing that's consistent is there's no consistency," Price said. "You train the basic tactics ... but what you're doing is making adjustments. That's all you can do. It's very fluid."

Seals, a 40-year-old married father of five from North Arlington, paid the ultimate price for his bravery.

Law enforcement sources told NorthJersey.com that Seals interrupted the shooters' plans when he found them at the Bayview Cemetery just before their assault. That interruption, the sources said, likely forced them to alter their timeline and as a result, shortened the casualty list.

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The market they attacked is in a building that also houses young students, and authorities said dozens of children were present at the time. Grewal declined to comment Thursday when asked if the shooters had any other targets.

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Authorities say they recovered five guns from the suspects: Four in the market and one in the U-Haul truck they drove to it. Police also found a homemade bomb.

Anderson used an AR-15-style rifle while Graham wielded a Mossberg 12-gauge shotgun, the attorney general said. They also had three pistols.

Police closed the streets around the grocery store as backup arrived from surrounding counties, the Port Authority police and several federal agencies.

Anderson and Graham fought until they were shot and killed. Police found their bodies after they rammed an armored vehicle into the store and rushed in behind it.

Price, the Paterson lieutenant, commended the officers on their conduct — especially Jordan.

"They were taking fire, this officer was hit and she ran out in the open to grab this guy," Price said. "She knew she couldn't leave him there ... that's not what cops do."

Steve Janoski covers law enforcement for NorthJersey.com. For unlimited access to the most important news about those who safeguard your local community, please subscribe or activate your digital account today.

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This article originally appeared on NorthJersey.com: Hero cops in Jersey City shootout saved lives with their quick actions

Grieving officers gather at funeral for slain Jersey City detective .
Det. Joseph Seals, a married father of five, was the first person to be killed in the Dec. 10 gun battle.Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop said police departments from surrounding towns have offered to help patrol Jersey City on Tuesday so Det. Joseph Seals' colleagues can attend his funeral.

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