Camden, N.J., Reports 33 Percent Homicide Rise

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With 44 murders last year, Camden, N.J., remained the state’s homicide capital and surpassed the rate of two notorious killing cities: Washington and Detroit, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Camden’s murder rate was more than double Philadelphia’s. Camden’s 44 murders were a six-year high and a 33 percent increase from 2002, when about 100 state troopers
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