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Four Charged in Paintball Attacks in Cinnaminson and Moorestown

Jordan Weaver and three juveniles were charged with shooting a bike rider and several homes.

A man and three juveniles have been charged in connection with a series of paintball attacks in Cinnaminson, Moorestown and Delran, Cinnaminson Police announced Wednesday afternoon.

Jordan Weaver, 18, of Delran, was charged with two counts of aggravated assault, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for unlawful purposes, interference with transportation, possession of alcohol underage and numerous motor vehicle violations.

A male visited the Cinnaminson Police Department Monday night around 5:24 p.m. to report that he had been shot with paintballs from a car that had driven by him as he was riding his bike on Riverton Road.

He was riding from Moorestown into Cinnaminson. He was injured but refused medical treatment.

Cinnaminson Police were able to use the description given by the victim and the automated license plate reader database to identify the car.

At the same time, Moorestown Police were receiving reports of the same car allegedly driving by homes and shooting paintballs at them.

Cinnaminson Police eventually stopped the car on Arbor Road where Weaver and the three juveniles were arrested.

A second victim, a juvenile, was allegedly injured after being shot in the arm. He was injured.

The three juveniles captured alongside Weaver were charged with juvenile complaints and released to their parents.

Weaver was lodged in Burlington County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bail.

The Moorestown and Delran police departments are also investigating alleged incidents that took place in their jurisdictions.

Any additional victims are asked to report personal injury or property damage to their local police department.

Winey Teecher June 06, 2014 at 08:34 AM
Dr. T, you gots that right girl! It's clear these wankstas need to be drawn and quartered and put on public display!
Maureen June 06, 2014 at 08:37 AM
"A male visited the Cinnaminson Police Department Monday night around 5:24 p.m. to report that he had been shot with paintballs from a car that had driven by him as he was riding his bike on Riverton Road." Anthony, clearly this article was quickly skimmed before posting. This paragraph alone, is misleading. The biker was also driving a car? The use of HIM, was not correct. As for the second juvenile injured, you repeated that fact twice. The Patch is usually much better than this. I am assuming you were having a bad day?
Danette Biggs June 07, 2014 at 11:21 PM
Wording is what worries you? Seriously..haha but for the record, it is in fact correct...it says " from a car that HAD DRIVEN BY HIM, as he was riding his bike on Riverton Road." not that he had been driving the car.. And yes they should all be charged and punished, this gives a bad name to many kids who use their paintball guns responsibly..the parents should have some accountability as well. A bad kid is a bad kid, and parents know their own kids, and whether or not they should have these "toys" in the first place..they are not 18 and their parents do have a say in what they do.
Winey Teecher June 08, 2014 at 05:21 PM
A bad kid is a bad kid, and it is the teachers fault.
John June 09, 2014 at 10:15 AM
No, not teachers fault its the system where kids can say there parents are hurting them by spanking, spare the rod spoil the child....besides that its too easy to divorce now a days...the lawyers win out, have a good one guys...the debate goes on..

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