gregg jarrett, here with the very latest. gregg: police initially thought this could be a hate crime driven by antimuslim sentiment. now, though, investigators think a love triangle may have motivated the assassins. details are scarce here but our sister publication new york post saying a custody was taken into custody last night. najish nirani and her husband were taking their son for a stroll in the new jersey community of boonton, suddenly they were ambushed by a blaze of gunfire, the woman killed instantly, a bullet to the heart and her husband, seriously injured, he remains hospitalized. four gunshot wounds. the child luckily, amazingly, unharmed, though covered with his mother's blood. verbais told police there were three attackers, they say the target appears to be specific, the family is muslim, was wearing pakistani clothing when they went for a walk after the istar that brings daily fastings during the season of ramadan, they had been visiting family in booneton, a tiny edge of passaic county, a large pakistani comm
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