When Hoboken attorney Dustin Friedland was shot during a botched carjacking at the Short Hills Mall last December, emergency responders were delayed in providing treatment. A New Jersey lawmaker wants to make sure such a scenario is never repeated.
Calls made to 911 and police on the night a young lawyer was killed in a carjacking outside an upscale New Jersey reveal that it may have taken an ambulance 30 minutes to get to the victim, according to a published report.
The four suspects accused of killing Hoboken attorney Dustin Friedland during a botched carjacking at the Short Hills Mall last month all pleaded not guilty Wednesday during their first appearance in court.
Several news outlets Sunday reported new details of the massive police dragnet resulting in the arrests of four men in the fatal car jacking of Dustin Friedland at the Mall at Short Hills just seven days ago.