2 dead, 1 wounded in Trenton shootings

TRENTON - (AP) - Trenton police have not made any arrests intwo shootings that left two men dead and a woman wounded.

Police say the first shooting was reported just before 10 p.m.Monday in the area of 78 Prospect Village. Police say 19-yeqar-oldJordan Rivera was pronounced dead at the scene.

Officers then responded to Garfield Avenue Park, where theyfound 30-year-old Deon Harris with a gunshot wound. Harris was pronounced dead at a hospital.

Police also learned that a 20-year-old female showed up at ahospital with a gunshot wound to her upper left side. She's incritical but stable condition.

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