Authorities labeled the death suspicious last week, and now police sources say it was a case of murder.
In the wake of a brutal crime, there’s so much confusion over how it could have happened.
A New Jersey man has been convicted of fatally stabbing his ex-wife 84 times and covering her face with a pig mask.
Prosecutors say Osvaldo Rivera broke into a Camden home in 2012, where he raped a 12-year-old and murdered her younger brother.
A Camden man was arrested for a 2012 murder solved by an unusual piece of evidence found at the scene.
Authorities alleged Wednesday that after the suspect was arrested and taken to county prison, he tried to hire another inmate to kill the first would-be hit-man.
Federal marshals announced Tuesday that 36-year-old Oscar Lozano-Garcia was brought to the commonwealth from Puebla, about 85 miles southeast of Mexico City.
A prison is Pennsylvania is reporting the second inmate death at the facility in less than a month.
Carlos Alicea-Antonetti, 36, of Camden, and Ramon Ortiz, 57, of Pennsauken, are both accused of murdering 41-year-old Fatima Perez.
A New Jersey man already behind bars for severely injuring his ex-girlfriend in 2008 is now convicted of her murder.
Twenty-nine-year-old Jacqueline Flowers, of Cinnaminson, was shot multiple times on the 400 block of Spruce Street in Camden back on June 16, 2012.
One thousand dollars is being added to the existing $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the Feb. 17, 2008 murder of Jerry McKenzie.
A New Jersey man already serving a prison sentence for dragging his girlfriend behind his pickup truck is now on trial for murder in her death from injuries police say resulted from the same incident.
A New Jersey man who was wrongfully convicted of the 1985 murders of two children under his care can sue the police officers who he says fabricated a confession that led to his conviction.
The pain of a single day, a beloved father and husband murdered, turned to a year of agony after 365 days without justice.