A scathing report out of New Jersey indicates that 15 people have been shot by police in the Garden State over the past two years. Nine died at the hands of law enforcement.

The most recent death occurred earlier this month, when police fatally shot 35-year-old Daniel Wolfe in Middlesex County after he allegedly stole a Jeep and accelerated it in front of officers.

The list also includes the December 2014 death of Jerame Reid in Cumberland County. An officer shot Reid while his hands were in the air as he got out of a vehicle. The incident was caught on dash cam video and sparked demonstrations in South Jersey.

Shawn Brown of Atlantic City and Lavon King of Jersey City, both 20 years of age, were the youngest victims on the list. Brown was allegedly armed with a handgun when plainclothes officers shot him in September 2014, and King was killed after a scuffle with officers in June 2014.