John Nutt Obituary, Death – According to the officials, Pemberton Township Police Department Officer Laquan Jett was giving chase to him at the time of the incident. He was attempting to apprehend him. According to the officials, the collision took place at 5:16 p.m. close to the intersection of County Route 687 West and Davis Street. After the collision, Nutt’s passenger was found to be in critical condition. According to the officials, the injured passenger was taken to Cooper University Medical Center to receive treatment for their injuries, and they have since been released.
The name of the motorcyclist who was killed when his vehicle slammed into police cruisers during a high-speed pursuit has been made public by the relevant authorities. Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin announced on Tuesday that Mount Laurel resident John R. Nutt, 41, was murdered when his motorcycle collided with a minivan while the two vehicles were pursuing the suspect on April 20 in Pemberton Township.
The identity of the passenger on the motorcycle will not be disclosed by the Office of the Attorney General at this time. The driver and passenger of the minivan walked away from the collision unscathed.
The crash is being investigated by the Office of Public Integrity and Accountability of the Attorney General, which is now looking into the incident. According to the authorities, Jett tried to pull over the motorcycle as part of a criminal investigation, and this sparked the beginning of the pursuit. A call had been sent to 911 concerning an incident that allegedly included Nutt and his passenger, who were said to have fled the area on a motorcycle. The police were made aware of this occurrence. The relevant authorities did not make any more statements on that incident.