4 charged in shots fired at home of NJ officers, newborn

CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — Four men have been charged in connection with shots fired last month at the home of two New Jersey police officers and their newborn — a residence authorities say they believe was targeted by mistake. Camden County police on Monday announced attempted murder, conspiracy and weapons charges against the defendants, who range in age from 18 to 30. Chief Joseph Wysocki declined to discuss a possible motive for the Sept. 15 gunfire in Camden but said investigators don’t believe the perpetrators targeted the officers or even knew they lived there. Authorities said six bullets struck the home but no one was hurt.