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At least one person was injured in a shooting at the New Brunswick Apartments and quickly taken to a hospital in a private vehicle, while police began investigating the incident, New Brunswick Today is reporting.

The complex has been a crime hotspot in recent years, and October 5 was no different, as three or four shots reportedly rang out at around 9:30 p.m., according to police radio transmissions.

“Police responded to a reported shooting in the area of 33 Commercial Avenue,” confirmed Captain JT Miller, a spokesperson for New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD).

“An individual walked into [Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital] a short time after with a non-life threatening gun shot wound,” Miller added. “Detectives are actively investigating this case. Identities of the victim/suspect are being withheld because of possible charges to follow.”

NBPD continues to investigate the shooting, which occurred in the vicinity of building #1 of the garden aparment complex, located at 33 Commercial Avenue in the First Ward.

The 206-unit apartment complex is owned by a limited liability company based in North Quincy, Massachusetts.

According to police radio transmissions, the victim was transported to the hospital in a dark-colored Honda.

The armed suspect was described as a man wearing a hoodie who fled towards Neilsen Street, according to police radio.

The next day police were summoned to the complex after “bullet casings” were found and presumed to be related.

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