A man from Camden County has been charged with murder following a fatal stabbing.
Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill Mayer and Berlin Borough Police Chief Millard Wilkinson say 33-year-old John Teresa of Berlin has been charged with first-degree murder, third-degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, and fourth-degree unlawful possession of a weapon.
Authorities say Teresa walked into the Berlin Boro police department just before 9:00 Tuesday morning, which lead officers to visit his home on Kerhart Avenue. There, they found 38-year-old David Schwartzburt of Lindenwold dead in the basement with a stab wound to his chest. A knife was recovered around the scene, according to police
Anyone with information that may be able to help police with this investigation is urged to contact the Camden County Prosecutor's Office at (856) 225-8643. Tips can also be sent to [email protected].
The public is reminded that charges are accusations and all persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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Camden stabbing live: Pools of blood left on busy street after man knifed in arm
A key North London route was closed following a stabbing with 'pools of blood' left on the pavement.
Police were called to the scene to reports of a fight shortly after 3.20am on Monday, October 11.
A police spokesperson said: "Officers attended and found a man [no further details] with a stab injury to his arm. He was taken to hospital where his injuries were assessed as non-life-threatening."
Footage taken of the aftermath of the stabbing show large quantities of blood pooled on the pavement by a shop.
Chalk Farm Road was shut in both directions to traffic from by Chalk Farm Station to Camden Lock Place.
The closure is affecting flow of traffic in the area especially to and from the Belsize Park area.
It extends past the iconic Camden Market.
According to traffic monitor Inrix: "A502 Chalk Farm Road in both directions closed due to police incident from B509 Adelaide Road (Chalk Farm Station) to Camden Lock Place."
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For the latest updates on this developing story follow our live blog below.
Police confirm it was a stabbing
The Met Police have confirmed the incident was a stabbing.
A man was rushed to hospital with knife injuries to his arm which were later assessed as non life threatening.
Road has now reopened
According to the traffic monitor Inrix, Chalk Farm Road has now reopened.
The Metropolitan Police has not yet responded to requests for more information on the incident.
Where this happened?
What we know so far
- A 'police incident' has closed a section of Chalk Farm Road
- The key route is shut both ways between Chalk Farm Station and Camden Lock Place
- MyLondon has contacted the Met Police for more information on this developing story
A suspect in the stabbing death of a Camden man is set to make her first appearance in front of a judge this afternoon.
Sherika Holliman, 36, is being charged with first degree murder following the stabbing death of Haywood Lucas.
According to Camden Police Department Chief Bo Woody, the incident occurred around 4 p.m. on July 5. He stated that Holliman brought Lucas to the Ouachita County Emergency Room with a single stab wound to the chest. Holliman said that she and Lucas were together at a home in West Camden Heights when Lucas left for five minutes and returned with the stab wound. Holliman was questioned and denied involvement in Lucas' death but enough evidence was collected to make an arrest. Woody said the couple has had a history of domestic altercations.
"Her story just didn't add up," Woody said. "Lucas was stabbed in the upper chest and it cut a main artery. The ER doctor said that (Lucas) wouldn't have survived even if he was stabbed at the ER. We did call Ouachita County Coroner Sylvester Smith and we sent Lucas' body to the crime lab because it is being investigated as a murder. What we believe is they got into a fight and she stabbed him."
Woody stated that CPD was back on the scene this morning at the residence collecting more evidence. Holliman will go before a judge at 2 p.m. today to be advised of formal charges.
CAMDEN, N.Y. - Oneida County Sheriff's officials say five people were stabbed inside the Good Life Tavern in Camden Monday afternoon by a man authorities say was just arrested the day before in Otsego County.
Oneida County Sheriff's officials say it ultimately took a Taser to get the suspect under control.
Sheriff's officials say this happened around 4 p.m. Monday inside the bar on Main Street in Camden.
They say 33-year-old Brian Marshall, of Camden, used a sharp metal pick to stab the five victims.
No word on what led to the stabbings.
Sheriff's officials say all five were taken to local hospitals, but their injuries do not appear to be life-threatening.
Sheriff's officials say Marshall was taken into custody in the rear parking lot of the bar after deputies deployed a Taser.
Marshall is charged with five counts of assault and is being held in the Oneida County jail.
Sheriff's officials say Marshall was actually arrested by the Otsego County Sheriff's Office on Sunday after they say he failed to comply with deputies trying to stop him in a stolen vehicle.
Marshall was charged with grand larceny.
Oneida County Sheriff Rob Maciol says due to New York State bail reform, the Otsego County Sheriff's Office issued him appearance tickets after his offenses rather than arraigning him on charges that they say he would have been released on anyway.
Live updates: Man, 26, stabbed after fight breaks out in Camden high street
A 26-year-old man has been stabbed on Camden high street in the early hours of the morning today Saturday October 16.
Police were called to reports of a fight at 4.37am near the junction with Jamestown Road.
Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and found the man suffering stab injuries.
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He was then taken to hospital and his condition is non-life threatening and no arrests have been made.
Currently, the road on the A502 Camden High Street Northbound from Hawley Crescent to Camden Lock Place is blocked following the incident.
Police are investigating and have made an appeal for witnesses to come forward.
Follow for more updates.
A502 still blocked
The road on the A502 Camden High Street Northbound from Hawley Crescent to Camden Lock Place is still blocked following the incident.
Police were called to reports of a fight in the early hours
Officers and ambulance services attended at 4.37am near the junction with Jamestown Road.
They found the man suffering stab injuries and he was taken to hospital and his condition is non-life threatening.
Second stabbing in the last five days
Police have only recently been called out to another stabbing on October 11 in Camden after a fight broke out with 'pools of blood' left on the pavement.
Now the stabbing today (October, 16) will be the second in the last five days.
A Camden man was charged Wednesday with fatally stabbing his girlfriend in the home they shared, then staging her death to make it look like a suicide.
Edwin Zavaleta, 28, faces counts of first-degree murder and tampering with evidence in the death of Tonia Yamileth Zavaleta, 25.
The two were not legally married, but she used his last name, Camden County Prosecutor’s Office spokesperson Colby Gallagher said.
On Monday morning, authorities said, Edwin Zavaleta called 911 and said he had found his girlfriend unresponsive in their home on the 1000 block of South Sixth Street. He was in the house when officers arrived and found his girlfriend dead in an upstairs bedroom.
Detectives later determined that Zavaleta killed his girlfriend and staged her death to appear as a suicide, the Prosecutor’s Office said. The motive for the stabbing remains under investigation.
A medical examiner on Tuesday ruled that her death was a homicide, caused by a stab wound and blunt force trauma to her neck.
Zavaleta is in custody at the Camden County Correctional Facility awaiting a detention hearing. He did not have an attorney listed for him in the court system.
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