Suspect in Manchester gunfire incident collared
A Lindenwold man faces weapons-related charges in Manchester, connected to gunfire that erupted in the township's Summit Park section on October 15.
Todd D. Greene, 44, was arrested after investigators found two firearms in the trunk of his car, which was spotted near the area where shooting was reported at Nathan Avenue and Neal Place, police said.
He faces two counts of unlawful possession of a weapon, certain persons not to have weapons, purchase of firearms without proper documentation, and possession of prohibited weapons and devices - specifically, hollow-point bullets.
Police said that additional charges would ensue, pending the outcome of further investigation.
According to police, investigators seized Greene's 2006 Mercedes Benz K50 and were issued a warrant to search it. Inside the trunk were a .9-mm Ruger as well as a .22-caliber Ruger, the latter of which was reported stolen by police in Georgia, authorities said.
Calls poured into Manchester police headquarters the day that the shootings flared around 9 PM, and responding officers found shell casings along with evidence that two cars were hit by bullets. No one was reported to be injured.
Anyone who is familiar with the incident or who has information that can advance the investigation is urged to call Detective Robert Maccaquano, 732-657-2009, ext. 4202, or to leave confidential details at the tip-line portal on the Manchester PD web page.