Police Chief Defends Slow Response to Mall Shooting

MILLBURN, N.J. -

Police on Thursday defended the half hour wait time coming to the aid of a young Jewish lawyer who was killed in a botched carjacking at an upscale New Jersey mall last month. Millburn Police Chief Gregory Weber said that a crew was with Dustin Friedland within 10 minutes of the shooting, the Star-Ledger of Newark reported. Tapes of 911 calls released this week suggested it may have taken 30 minutes.