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News from the Camden County Prosecutors Office

 (March 18 to March 10)

CAMDEN MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO DOUBLE HOMICIDE

(March 18, 2014)- Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson and reported a Camden man has pleaded guilty to a 2011 double homicide in Camden.

 Raheem Simmons, M/20, of Camden, pleaded guilty to two counts of Aggravated Manslaughter this afternoon. He is expected to be sentenced to a term of 30 years incarceration on each count, to be served concurrently. He must serve 85 percent of his sentence before he is eligible for parole.

Simmons admitted to participating in the slayings of Antwan Brown, M/20, and Travon Kinard, M/20, both of Camden. They were fatally shot July 26, 2011, and were found sitting in a 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix about 7:20 p.m. on the 1100 block of Mechanic Street in Camden.

 A second man, Phillip Byrd, M/23, of Camden, is also charged in the killings. He has been indicted on two counts of Murder, two counts of Conspiracy to Commit Murder, Unlawful Possession of a Weapon and Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose.

All persons charged with criminal offenses are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

Plea in Serial Rapes from 2012 in Camden

(March 18, 2014)Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk reported a Camden man charged with a string of rapes, including two against teenage victims, has pleaded guilty.

Booster_seat_flygirl_ooh Kevin Cleveland, M/29, of Camden, pleaded to three counts of 1st degree Kidnapping, three counts of 1st degree Aggravated Sexual Assault, 2nd degree Robbery and 2nd degree Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose Tuesday. He is expected to be sentenced to a term of 28 years incarceration, 85 percent of which he must serve before becoming eligible for parole. He will also have his name added to the state’s Megan’s Law list of sex offenders, will have parole supervision for life and may be subject to civil commitment after his prison term ends if he is found to be a sexually violent predator.

 

Cleveland admitted in court to the following incidents:

 

January 17, 2012 – sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl while armed with a handgun in Farnham Park in Camden.

 

January 22, 2012 – sexually assaulted a 20-year-old woman while armed with a gun in Farnham Park in Camden.

 

February 11, 2012 – sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl in Farnham Park. He threatened to stab her, left her naked in the park for a period of time, then returned and sexually assaulted her again.

 

He also admitted in court Tuesday to a January 2, 2012 robbery of a woman in Farnham Park. This woman was not sexually assaulted.

 

Sentencing is scheduled before Superior Court Judge Michele Fox for July 11, 2014.

 

Authorities Investigating Cherry Hill Prostitution Ring

 

(March 14, 2014)The Camden County Prosecutor's Office is assisting the Cherry Hill Police Department in its ongoing investigation into a prostitution ring in the township. Anyone other women who allege they were victimized by Brian Moore should contact Camden County Prosecutor's Office Detective Michelle Chambers at (856) 580-6070 .

 

Camden Man in Custody for Audubon Slaying

 

(March 14, 2014)Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk and Audubon Police Chief Thomas Tassi reported a man wanted for a borough slaying was captured Friday morning.

 

Brandon Mosby, M/23, of Camden, was captured by the U.S. Marshals New York/New Jersey Fugitive Task Force about 1:30 a.m. on the 1300 block of Van Hook Street in Camden. Mosby is scheduled to be arraigned at 1:30 p.m. in courtroom 36 of the Superior Court of Camden County.

 

Mosby is charged with killing John Carey, M/48, of Audubon, who was shot at a home on the 500 block of the White Horse Pike about 10:50 p.m. on March 4.

 

It is alleged Mosby was involved in a domestic dispute with a woman living at the home where the killing occurred, a single family dwelling converted into a boarding home. Carey was among the people renting out a room at this home. The domestic dispute involving Mosby spilled from the woman’s room into a common area in the home and Carey attempted to intervene on behalf of the woman. Mosby is accused of shooting the victim. Carey died at the scene.

 

Camden Man Indicted for 2013 Killing

(March 13, 2014)Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk Camden reported a Camden man has been indicted for a shooting that killed one man and injured two others.

 On March 5 a Grand Jury Indicted Rhumeir Money on a count of Homicide, two counts of Attempted Murder, Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose and Conspiracy to Commit Murder. The indictment was made public yesterday.

 

It is alleged Money, M/19, of Camden, drove to the intersection of 3rd and Vine about 6:30 p.m. on June 15, 2013 in a black Jeep Cherokee and stepped out of the vehicle to fire a handgun at Brian Burnett, M/23, Jeroboan Fisher, M/18 and Carlos Perry, M/17, who were standing at the corner.

 

Burnett was struck and fell at the corner. He was pronounced dead a half hour later at Cooper Hospital. The other two were struck and ran to the 600 block of 4th Street, where they were located by authorities. They survived their injuries.

 

All persons charged with criminal offenses are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

 

 

Parking dispute turns violent, Police Need Help identifying the Suspect

 

 

(March 11, 2014)Cherry Hill Police are now asking for the public’s help in identifying a second female in the attached photo. The second female is described as a black female, wearing a light colored shirt, a dark jacket and sunglasses. The female entered Nordstrom’s with the assault suspect immediately after the incident occurred. Anyone who witnessed the dispute and/or knows the identity of either female is asked to call the Cherry Hill Police Department 24 hour information desk at (856) 488-7828.

 

Meanwhile, with Mosby’s attention turned to Carey, the female victim of the domestic dispute fled the home. She flagged down a random passing car and the women in that vehicle drove her to the Collingswood Diner.

 

All persons charged with criminal offenses are innocent unless and until convicted in a court of law.

 

 Clementon Man Pleads Guilty in Carjacker 

March 11, 2014 at 11:39am 

Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk reported a Clementon man pleaded guilty Monday to a string of carjackings in 2012.

 

George Meyers, M/43, pleaded Monday to four counts of Carjacking for incidents that occurred in Clementon, Lindenwold and Pine Hill in November 2012.

 

The first incident took place about 8:40 a.m. on November 14, 2012, in Pine Hill, at West Branch Avenue and Blackwood roads. Meyers admitted to approaching an older driver stopped at a traffic light with a box cutter, getting in his vehicle and forcing him to drive to North Camden to buy heroin. Meyers took the victim’s cell phone and $400.

 

On November 24 another incident occurred in Clementon. Again an older driver was approached while stopped at a traffic light, this time at Gibbsboro and Blackwood roads, and Meyers, carrying a knife, forced his way into the car. He took $100 from the driver and ordered him to drive to 8th and Erie streets in Camden, where he got out of the vehicle.

 

Meyers tried to carjack two other passenger vehicles on November 28, 2012, a female driver at a Wawa on 10th Avenue in Lindenwold and another woman in a vehicle at Laurel Avenue and Blackwood Clementon Road, also in Lindenwold. The second driver struggled with him and he fled. Meyers was armed with a knife in both incidents. He was arrested by Lindenwold Police shortly after.

 

The carjackings were committed so Meyers could get to Camden to purchase drugs.

He is expected to be sentenced to a term of 17 to 20 years incarceration by Superior Court Judge Samuel Natal on April 25. He must serve 85 percent of that time before being eligible for parole. He must also pay restitution to two victims.

 

Plea from Man Charged with Killing a Bellmawr 20-year-old in 2012

(March 10, 2014)Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk reported a Westville man pleaded guilty Monday to a 2012 killing at a Jimmy Buffett concert in Camden.

 

Matthew Shields, M/22, pleaded guilty to Manslaughter Monday before Superior Court Judge Samuel Natal.

 

Shields admitted to punching 20-year-old Ryan Coyle, of Bellmawr, in the back of the head while the victim tailgated with friends in the parking lot of the Susquehanna Center on August 28, 2012. Coyle hit his head on the pavement when he fell and died on August 31, 2012.

 

A sentencing is scheduled for May 16 before Judge Natal. The plea agreement calls for a term of four years incarceration, 85 percent of which must be served before he is eligible for parole.

 

source Camden County Prosecutors Office

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