WILLINGBORO – A man from Beverly and a woman from Burlington City have been charged with lethal shooting at a mall here.
21-year-old Noua Crowderparham allegedly shot Adam Jansson, 19, after an argument in a parked car at Kennedy Plaza on the evening of Feb. 11, the Berlington County Attorney’s Office said.
It is alleged that Crowderparham and Alexa Hess, 19, drove from the mall to a nearby house where they cleaned their car.
Investigators believe the dispute began after Jansson, a resident of the Burlington City / Burlington area, got into a car with the suspects.
“Crowderparkham shot Jansson while he was trying to get out of the car,” the statement said.
Willingbar police responded to a shooting in the 400th quarter of John F. Kennedy Way shortly after 7:30 p.m.
Crowderparkham, a resident of 600 blocks on Elizabeth Street, is charged with murder and felony criminal mischief.
He and Hess are also accused of threatening the victim and conspiracy.
Hess faces additional charges of obstruction, obstruction of law and falsification of evidence.
Charges are just charges. Crowderparkham and Hess were not convicted in the case.
Both suspects are in custody, awaiting detention in the Supreme Court.
Jim Walsh covers state security, economic development and other articles for the Courier-Post, Burlington County Times and The Daily Journal.
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