Gibbsboro, N.J.- A Gibbsboro man has been charged with attempted murder, assault and weapons offenses after a shooting occurred during an altercation between two men and a woman on June 14, 2022, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace MacAulay and Gibbsboro Police Chief Brian Leadley.

At 8:41 a.m., officers of the Gibbsboro Police Department responded to the Freedom Village on Independence Way for the report of a shooting. Upon arrival, officers located a woman who was suffering from a gunshot wound to the left leg and a man who had also been assaulted.

Detectives of the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office were advised of the shooting at approximately 9:23 am, by Gibbsboro Police. CCPO Detectives responded to the scene to assist police with the investigation. The investigation determined that a female victim unrelated to the incident suffered a gunshot wound to the left leg. The female victim was transported to Virtua Voorhees Hospital where she was treated and released on Tuesday.

Cornell Ingalls, Jr., 22, was arrested on Tuesday, near the scene of the shooting.

Ingalls is charged with the following offenses:

  1. First degree attempted murder
  2. Fourth degree aggravated assault by pointing a firearm
  3. Second degree unlawful possession of a weapon
  4. Second degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose
  5. Third degree criminal mischief
  6. Second degree certain person not to possess a firearm
  7. Third degree possession of a ghost gun
  8. Second degree aggravated assault
  9. Fourth degree reckless assault for the injuries to the female victim
  10. Third degree transport of a ghost gun

Ingalls is currently lodged at the Camden County Correctional Facility.

All individuals charged with crimes are presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.