Pierre Robinson gets probation for selling gun to druglord

CAMDEN – Cooperation paid off for Pierre Robinson, a former bodyguard for Camden Mayor Milton Milan, who was sentenced Friday for a weapons offense linked to a city drug gang.

Killer’s stepson charged as murder accomplice.

Andrew Hamilton, 17, of Berlin Township, was arraigned as an adult in a businessman’s death. Andrew Hamilton had no choice, his attorney said. The Berlin Township 17-year-old’s stepfather had just shot James Mickno seven times, reloaded his gun, and held it to Hamilton’s head. He then ordered Hamilton to stab…

School Official Is Target Of Probe

Camden Board Member Elaine Bey Was Notified By The U.s. Attorney. District Finances Are Under Scrutiny. A multipronged federal corruption probe moved one step forward last week when the U.S. Attorney’s Office notified a Camden school board official that she was the target of a possible criminal indictment.

Man Accused In Prom Dates’ Death Rejects Plea

WOODBURY — Flowers still decorate the simple memorial on the southbound side of Route 55, set up last April in memory of the two teenagers killed on their prom night by a man charged with drunken driving. In memory of Tania and Joe. Please Don’t Drink and Drive, the memorial…

2 Officers To Quit In Plea Deal

PENNSAUKEN — Two Pennsauken police officers have accepted a plea bargain and agreed to resign in connection with the February 1990 shooting of a Conrail worker. An attorney for one officer said yesterday, however, that the plea was not an admission that either shot the man.

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Thanksgiving is nearly upon us, and that means that the company holiday party season is right around the corner. These get togethers are a great time to celebrate a successful year, to recognize accomplishments and to look forward to what the new year will hold. Unfortunately, on far too many…

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