Video: Truck Involved in Shootout Located , Police Say


EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, A.C – Police have located a missing piece of information in the search for answers surrounding the incident that left one man dead and four suspects injured.
New Jersey State Police say they've found the truck believed to be involved in the shootout Monday afternoon on the Atlantic City Expressway.
State police announced on Twitter last night that detectives had located the Dodge Ram truck they were looking for, though no additional charges have been filed.
On Tuesday, four men and a teenager were charged in the shooting in Egg Harbor Township that left 22-year-old Rosemond Octavius dead.
Authorities say the Egg Harbor Township man was a passenger in a car driven by 24-year-old Anthony Hicks, that was later found on the Garden State Parkway.
Three other men and a 16-year-old in an SUV were also shot and wounded before finally ending at the Wawa in Egg Harbor Township, where they were then transported to a hospital for treatment. They, along with Hicks, all face weapons charges.
Authorities say still more charges could be filed.