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Police used ‘geofencing,’ surveillance video to ID suspects in shooting at cops’ home

The Camden County Police Department and several federal law enforcement partners used high-tech tools in their investigation of the gunfire into the home of two sleeping police officers in the city last month.



a man standing in front of a car: Friday, September 18, 2020 - A Camden County police officer stands guard in front of the home of two married county police officers after their home was hit with gunfire.


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Friday, September 18, 2020 – A Camden County police officer stands guard in front of the home of two married county police officers after their home was hit with gunfire.

They netted four suspects using surveillance video, spent shell casings and a new practice called geofencing, where police ask tech companies for information on any cell phones near a crime scene and then work backward to determine possible suspects or build a case against someone.

Julio Nieves, 19, Jeremiah McDonald, 18, Jaqwa Styles, 19, all of Pennsauken, and Kobbie Johnson, 30, of Collingswood, are all charged with attempted murder, conspiracy to

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Suspects open fire on home of New Jersey police officers and newborn baby; reward offered

CAMDEN, N.J. – Assailants opened fire on the home of two Camden County Police officers Tuesday night, with two bullets piercing the front door of the couple’s East Camden residence, authorities disclosed Thursday.

Watch: Shooting attack on police officers’ Camden home

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a car parked on the side of a road: A CamdenCounty Police car is posted Thursday near the scene of a shooting on the 2900 block of Clinton Street.


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A CamdenCounty Police car is posted Thursday near the scene of a shooting on the 2900 block of Clinton Street.

The officers and their 10-day-old baby escaped injury during the late-night attack, said Camden County Police Chief Joseph Wysocki.

“It shocks the conscience that this occurred,” Wysocki said at a press conference.

“I don’t know why they were targeted,” he added, describing the unnamed couple as “two really good officers assigned to our Neighborhood Response Team.”

“They’re constantly interacting with members of the community,” he said. “We’re looking into every arrest that they have had. We’re not going to

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