Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Michelle Azam, a healthcare representative from Haddonfield, was appointed to help raise awareness.
The shooting and the hit-and-run are being investigated by the Camden County Prosecutor's Office.
Pure caffeine powder has been identified in several fatal overdoses.
Antonio Wright's bail was set at $750,000, according to the Courier Post.
People set themselves on fire and their peers film them for social media.
Alexander Pagan was wanted on an outstanding Superior Court Bench Warrant for guns and drugs. He was arrested on Friday.
Jordan Holden, 19, died after being stabbed on Blackwood-Clementon Road.
The suspect is described as a black man about six-feet tall and wearing a sweatshirt, dark sunglasses, and a Giants hat.
Millville received nearly nine inches of rain, nj.com reports.
Police are entering into an agreement with Allied Barton this week.
Nysiah Brown, 14, was located Saturday night. She is safe and her family has been notified.
Nysiah Brown was reported missing from her home in the Fairview section on the city on Friday.
Gregory Henkel, of Haddonfield, participated in the gambling operation run out of Runnemede by a Williamstown man.
Michael Rinderele admitted to threatening a judge over parking tickets for his common law wife.
Aikan Chaifetz was dropped off at the wrong home and left unattended on July 8. He was also subjected to bullying by his teachers in 2012.
Five Camden County men were among those charged with trafficking on Tuesday.
Nathaniel Kirkpatrick was found shot on the sidewalk on the 2900 block of Octagon Road in Camden at about 10 p.m. He died 30 minutes later.
Christopher Mitchell, 34, of Camden, was shot about 8:30 p.m. at 7th and Clinton streets in Camden.
Ruben Lozada, 23, was charged with the murder of Jose Viera Jr.
The victim has been identified as Daniel Pierre, 42, of Winslow.