City Of Chaos Continues With Multiple Shootings; 2 Shot Including Amazon Delivery Driver

May 9, 2021 – Updated

“This is a terrible incident and we are supporting the driver, who is recovering. We are working closely with local law enforcement as they investigate the incident.” — Amazon Public Relations, Amazon Operations

TRENTON, NJ (MERCER)—Shots rang out again this Mother’s Day around 4:40 p.m. this time in the 200 Block Spring Street. Trenton Police responded to the reports of gun shots and found two people shot including an Amazon Delivery Driver.

Trenton EMS and Capital Health Paramedics transported two victims to the Trauma Center at Capital Health Regional Medical Center with trauma alerts called.

Trenton Police are still on scene at the time of this report investigating.

There were other reports of shots fired on Monmouth Street and other locations within the City this afternoon as gunfire erupted.

Earlier this afternoon at 2:27 p.m. a shooting on Brunswick Avenue left a trail of bullet casings almost 8 blocks long and at least once vehicle shot up in the area of Capital Health Regional Medical Center.

Sources say the Trenton Police are looking for a black Jeep Wrangler with no tags and chrome bumper. The vehicle was occupied by three people and connected to three separate shootings, Miller Street near Brunswick Avenue, Walnut Avenue and Spring Street.

You can read about the earlier shooting this afternoon here:

BREAKING: Multi Block Shooting On Brunswick Avenue Near Capital Health Regional Medical Center


Earlier this week on Tuesday May 4, 2021 Governor Phil Murphy and other officials visited the $4.5 Million Dollar “Real Time Crime Center”

NJSP Colonel Patrick Callahan was joined by Governor Phil Murphy, Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, Senator Shirley Turner, Mayor Reed Gusciora of Trenton, Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri, and Trenton Police Director Sheilah Coley for a tour of the new Real Time Crime Center Central facility.

The new crime center utilizes advance technologies like Shotspotter, automated license plate readers, and city camera systems to quickly identify suspects related to violent crimes in the central region of New Jersey.

It is unknown if the “Real Time Crime Center” has been utilized or made a difference in today’s gun violence.

Governor Murphy Visits Trenton’s “Real Time Crime Center”


This is a breaking news report. MidJersey.news has reached out to official police sources for information on the shooting. Sources in this report are from radio, on scene and witness reports. Once updated information is received the story will be updated and any corrections made.

As of 11:10 pm there has been no reply from official police sources so we are telling you what we know.



Photos by Brian McCarthy, OnScene News

Photos by Brian McCarthy, OnScene News