Police responded to reports of shots fired in Jersey City moments ago, and Your Content has learned the shooting involves agents from the U.S. Marshalls Office and parole officers.
There are minimal details available at the moment.
Preliminary reports indicate police in Jersey City responded to the incident shortly before 11:30 p.m. in the area of Central Avenue & Jefferson Avenue.
The situation that reportedly unfolded on the 100 block of Jefferson Avenue escalated when officers discovered the involved parties included state and federal authorities.
Medical personnel declared the suspect was in traumatic arrest.
This is a developing breaking news story. It will be updated momentarily.
Update: 1:16 a.m. / Suspect Reportedly Dead
According to preliminary information, the suspect was pronounced dead at Jersey City Medical Center shortly after midnight.
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