Crime Three Vineland men indicted on conspiracy to commit murder charges after drive-by shooting

17:45  14 january  2020
17:45  14 january  2020 Source:   thedailyjournal.com

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VINELAND – Three city men were indicted on two counts of conspiracy to commit murder stemming from a drive-by shooting where shots were fired at two people outside their Shadow Lane home.

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Sean C. Martinez, 27, of the first block of Columbia Avenue, and Joshua J. Castro, 27, and Anthony Reyes, 19, both of the 700 block of South Sixth Street, are accused of the April 27, 2019 shooting that left numerous spent 9 mm casings scattered in the roadway.

The victims told investigators they were sitting in their vehicle outside their home when an “unknown vehicle pulled up and unknown suspect(s) shot numerous times in their direction,” the probable cause affidavit states.

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While they were not hit, a shot struck a vehicle parked in the driveway. Another round was recovered from the living room of neighboring Shadow Lane home.

At the scene, police reported seeking a suspicious vehicle pulling onto Longwood Lane “turning off its headlights and then making a U-turn and speeding out of the area,” the affidavit states.

During a subsequent motor vehicle stop of the 2011 Audi, police reported a sawed-off shotgun in plain view on the vehicle’s rear seat.

The vehicle’s three occupants – Martinez, Castro and Reyes - were taken into custody and the car towed, pending an application for a search warrant. They were subsequently charged with two weapons offenses when a handgun also was found in the vehicle, according to court documents.

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Police forwarded the projectiles recovered at the scene to the N.J. State Police laboratory. Analysis results showed they matched a weapon recovered from the Audi, police reported.

The five-count indictment returned Friday by a Cumberland County grand jury also charged with three men with possession of a sawed-off shotgun and two other weapons offenses.

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