Judge Esther Salas Speaks To '60 Minutes' About Deadly Ambush

There's new information in a deadly shooting ambush at the home of a federal judge in New Jersey.

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MAURICE DUBOIS: New information tonight in a deadly shooting ambush at the home of a federal judge in New Jersey.

KRISTINE JOHNSON: Last July, police say 72-year-old attorney Roy Den Hollander opened fire at the North Brunswick home of Judge Esther Salas after posing as a deliveryman. Her 20-year-old son was killed. Her husband was shot three times and survived.

Police say Den Hollander later took his own life. And Judge Salas told "60 Minutes" what the FBI found in a locker.

ESTHER SALAS: They found another gun, a glock, more ammunition. But the most troubling thing they found was A manila folder with a work-up on Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

- Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor?

ESTHER SALAS: Yes, chilling.

KRISTINE JOHNSON: You can watch the full interview this Sunday on "60 Minutes" at 7:00 PM right here on CBS 2.