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UPDATE: New Brunswick Man Charged with Murder of 19-Year-Old RVCC Student

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Judge Dennis Nieves set bail at $1 million for Dawonne Cooper, a city resident who police arrested and charged with the murder of Joshua Zhou, a student at Raritan Valley Community College.

Zhou, a 19-year-old New Brunswick resident, was pronounced dead last night after he was transported to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.  The shooting took place in the basement of 44 Robinson Street.

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19-Year-Old Dies From Gunshot Wounds Suffered in Robinson Street Basement

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Friends and family are mourning the loss of a 19-year-old man who was shot dead in a basement on Robinson Street in the city's Sixth Ward.

Joshua Zhou, who went by the nickname "Chino," was originally from Somerset, but lived in New Brunswick.

A spokesman for Rutgers University confirmed he was not a student at the University, but he was friends with many undergraduates according to those close to him.

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PHOTO: Car Flips Over, Driver Escapes Unharmed

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Easton Avenue is usually a vibrant area on the weekends, especially when Rutgers is in session.

But last weekend, it became a dangerous place as a 20-year-old city resident was shot near the intersection with Easton Avenue.  Police said the victim was "extremely uncooperative," according to New Brunswick's

The next night a driver managed to flip a car completely over just around the corner on Hamilton Street.

No one was injured and the driver did not hit anything.

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New Brunswick Community Farmer’s Market Open Every Thurs. & Sat. Into October

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—For the past four years, Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and Rutgers University have teamed up to provide the New Brunswick community with a local farmer's market located at Jones Avenue and Georges Road.

The New Brunswick Community Farmer's Market, a seasonal operation based near the Cook campus of Rutgers, regularly open on Thursdays and Saturdays from 11am-3pm.  This past Saturday, they stayed open until 5pm.

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