Bradley Greiner Murdered by Cable Repairman Impersonators


On Tuesday, November 24, 2009, at 12:10pm, two males posed as cable TV repairmen when they knocked on the door at 4975 Avalon Avenue. After a female resident answered the door, the men forced their way into the home and one suspect began to assault the woman. Bradley Greiner happened to be at the home visiting when he heard the commotion. He entered the room and saw one of the intruders attacking the woman. As Mr. Greiner began fighting and overcoming the man the second suspect entered the room and shot Mr. Greiner. Both men fled the home and escaped in a silver Chrysler PT Cruiser with New Jersey license plates. Bradley Greiner died from his injuries at the scene.

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