NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The family of a victim killed earlier this year, just a few steps from his Hamilton Street apartment will soon be served justice.

According to the June 26 press release from the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office (MCPO), the three men accused of taking the life of 29-year-old Enrique Perez Galindo, a father of four kids who was killed during a random robbery, have pled guilty to manslaughter.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) is investigating a shooting that injured a 19-year-old resident in the early morning hours of Monday, June 19.

According to the police statement, the victim was with friends outside of building 1 at the New Brunswick Apartments, located at 33 Commercial Avenue, shortly after 12 am, when he was  shot in both legs.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) is investigating a shooting that injured a 23-year-old male during the early morning hours of June 8.

This was apparently the first in a series of shootings that occurred on Throop Avenue near Delavan Street.

According to a video from a security camera, a man wearing a gray hoodie opened fire on a vehicle at 12:51 A.M as it backed up on Delavan Street.

According to residents, the shootings are becoming very frequent in the summer months.

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Editor's Note: This article contains a graphic image of an injury victim.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Residents were on high alert after a dead body was discovered in a construction site on Remsen Avenue, on the afternoon of May 14.

Though police did not believe any crimes occurred in connection with that death, the incident came amid of a string of violent robberies that left three men injured in another neighborhood a few blocks away.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Crimes can occur at any time of the day, and everyone could be a victim.

Usually, people install home security systems after a crime has been committed on or near their property, such as a package theft or a home invasion, we can although take steps to prevent this from happening.

Many homes nationwide have a home security alarm but those alarms only go off after someone already entered the property leaving damaged and items stolen.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The school district's top official confirmed what an anonymous source told New Brunswick Today about an incident where students at New Brunswick Middle School were made to run outdoors in cold weather.

Superintendent of Schools Aubrey Johnson said on January 18 that he was aware of the controversial December 23 incident, which rubbed some in the school community the wrong way.

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