Wayne, Fairfield NJ police cleared in 2020 fatal shooting

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A state grand jury has declined to press charges against four police officers who shot and killed a man in Wayne two years ago after a high-speed chase through three counties, the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office announced Wednesday. 

The officers — Sgt. Frank Tracey, Officer James Ciampi and Officer Kevin Chen of the Fairfield Police Department and Lt. Robert Franco of the Wayne Police Department — shot Bradley G. Pullman, 48, of Queens on April 26, 2020, near the tangled crossroads of Route 46, Route 23 and Interstate 80, according to a statement from acting Attorney General Andrew Bruck. 

Police cruisers from Fairfield, Wayne and Mountain Lakes had corralled Pullman that day near Willowbrook Mall after a lengthy chase that began when Pullman made an illegal U-turn on Route 46, Bruck said.  





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