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Drug deal may have prompted Camp murder

April 11, 2007

Albany -- It was likely an interrupted drug deal that led to the killing of Jack Camp.

Camp, a former paramedic, was gunned down outside his apartment at the Regency Club complex March 14th. 19-year-old Dontavis Wilson, said to be a CME Rattler gang member, and 29-year old Darrell Anderson were picked up just hours after the killing.

Now investigators believe Wilson and Anderson were in the middle of a drug deal when Camp walked outside to run them off. Camp was shot in the face seconds after he called 911 to report a suspicious person.

Lt. James Williams said "We have heard in doing the interviews that it was a possible drug related. He was doing his job, and interferred with a drug operation."

 Two other teens, 19 year old Christopher Ingram and 17 year old William Sears, are charged with lying to Police about the murder.

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