Four Arrests Made in Millville Youth Football Coach Shooting

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MILLVILLE, N.J. -

There is an update on the tragic shooting of an area youth football coach that took place back in August.

Law enforcement officials in Cumberland County have made several arrests in connection to the shooting.

Officials with the Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office say four people have been arrested in regards to the Thursday, August 9th, shooting of 37-year-old Joseph Jones during a midget league football practice at Lakeside Middle School in Millville.

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Eugene Cosby, 42, of Malaga, and 22-year-old Will El-Bey, of Vineland, were arrested and charged with homicide and conspiracy to commit homicide.

Meanwhile, 34-year-old Genea Hughes-Lee, of Malaga, and 22-year-old Tyrell Hart, of Vineland, were arrested and face several charges including obstruction, hindering apprehension, and providing false reports to police.

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Jennifer Webb-McRae, Cumberland County's prosecutor, stated she hopes these arrests will help assure the community that law enforcement will do all in their power to bring those responsible to justice.

The investigation is still ongoing, so anyone with any information should contact the Prosecutor's Office at 609-381-2046 or text your tip and CCPOTIP to 847-411.

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