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August 25, 2015

Camden slaying suspect captured

Nabbed in nearby suburb

Police on Patrol Thom Carroll, File/PhillyVoice

Camden police detectives, working with the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force, arrested a murder suspect in Pennsauken Saturday.

Camden County Police Department Detectives Brian Razzi and Rafael Martinez Jr., and members of the task force observed Tyron Williams, 30, on the 6100 block of Amon Avenue  in the Camden suburb. 

Williams ran from the police, but was caught after a foot chase and arrested without incident.

Williams was wanted on outstanding warrants for first degree murder, possession of a weapon and a second weapons possession charge. The warrants stem from a July 12 claying at Trenton and Newton streets in Camden.

Williams is held at the Camden County Jail, with bail at $1 million cash or bond.