Thursday, July 2, 2015

Camden to announce results of 'crime plan'

Inquirer staff writer Allison Steele reports:

Camden to announce results of 'crime plan'


Inquirer staff writer Allison Steele reports:

New Jersey officials are announcing the results of their “crime plan” for Camden this morning at 10:30. The arrests of hundreds of people are expected to be announced, according to the Camden County prosecutor’s office, including some people who are charged in city homicides.

Authorities are also expected to reveal details about a series of raids and other police events that have taken place in the city in recent months.

Local, state and regional law enforcement agencies have been divided into task forces since May, and have been working to combat the city’s persistent crime, which this week led it to be named the second-most dangerous city in the country.

Check back with later today for more details.

Contact Inquirer staff writer Allison Steele at 856-779-3838 or 

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