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Five bounty hunters were charged in Camden County after beating and allegedly robbing a suspect they were pursuing, then kidnapping the suspect's teenage acquaintance and holding a knife to his throat, authorities said Thursday. The wild incident unfolded about 8:45 p.m. Wednesday along Briarhill Drive in Chesilhurst. Comment?
Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo said Thursday the five went to Chesilhurst seeking a 38-year-old man wanted on drug charges. Three of the bounty hunters allegedly chased the man by car when he fled, then assaulted and robbed him. Comment?
... Authorities say the five bounty hunters were waiting in two vehicles outside a residence on Briarhill Drive in Chesilhurst around 8:45 p.m. Wednesday, seeking to locate Eric L. Webb, 38, of Lindenwold. Prosecutors say that when Webb and a ... Comment?
Five bounty hunters have been charged in connection with the assault of a Lindenwold man wanted on a drug charge and the kidnapping of a teenage boy, Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo, Chesilhurst Police Chief Wendell Smith and Waterford Township Police Chief Daniel Cormaney announced on Thursday. Five bounty hunters in two vehicles were allegedly waiting for 38-year-old Eric L. Webb as he arrived at a residence in Chesilhurst with a 17-year-old boy from Lindenwold around 8:45 p.m. Wednesday night. Comment?
Authorities arrested Darrell Murray, 36, of Elm Avenue for possession and distribution of Oxycodone, according to Winslow Township Police Department. The probe led authorities to Murray's home in Chesilhurst, where they recovered a MAC 11 assault weapon, semi-automatic handgun, 375 Oxycodone pills, marijuana, CDS paraphernalia and $5,000 cash. Comment?
... 2725 N. Delsea Drive, Vineland at 7 p.m. Keynote speaker is Pastor jamila Garnett from First Baptist Church of Chesilhurst. Event will include praise dancers and musical selections. JANUARY 19 - VAACDC trading as North East Community Development ... Comment?
William A. Boone Jr., 82, of Chesilhurst, a retired U.S. Postal Service employee who was a dedicated family man and church volunteer, died Tuesday, Dec. 30, of congestive heart failure. After a routine morning that included a piping-hot cup of coffee brewed just the way he like it, breakfast, and a round of his favorite card games on the computer, Mr. Boone died quietly at the Erial home of his daughter, Minretta B. McFadden. 1 comment
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