🔻 NJ young woman shot, killed

🔻 NJ man arrested in PA, charged with murder

🔻 Fundraiser says victim’s puppy also killed

Authorities have identified a 21-year-old woman as the victim shot and killed in Warren County last week — for which a Morris County man has been charged with murder.

Amanda Pulver, of Independence, was shot on June 27 after 8 a.m. along Alphano Road, according to Acting Warren County Prosecutor Anthony Picione.

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Independence Township NJ (Google Maps)
Independence Township NJ (Google Maps)

Pulver was “known to” 34-year-old Anthony Garvin, of Netcong, who was arrested that same day in Berks County, Pennsylvania.

He has been charged with first-degree murder and second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.

Berks County PA (Google Maps)
Berks County PA (Google Maps)

Pulver’s eight-month-old rescue puppy, Dunkin, was also killed in the heart-wrenching incident, according to a GoFundMe campaign to support the Pulver family.

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NJ woman, dog killed in Warren County homicide NJ woman, dog killed in Warren County homicide Amanda Pulver, dog Dunkin (Jordan Delorimier via GoFundMe)
NJ woman, dog killed in Warren County homicide Amanda Pulver, dog Dunkin (Jordan Delorimier via GoFundMe)

“No one deserves something like this to happen to them or their loved ones. To lose a child is unimaginable, let alone in such a tragic, egregious way,” campaign organizer Jordan Delorimier wrote in the online fundraiser’s summary.

More than $27,000 had been donated by Tuesday afternoon.

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