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DA seeks swift punishment

June 4, 2007

Albany - The Dougherty County District Attorney says his office will bring swift punishment against three men charged with murdering a former paramedic. 19-year-old Dontavius Wilson, 29-year-old Darrell Anderson, and 19-year-old Christopher Ingram have been indicted for the murder of 41-year-old Jack Camp.

Camp was gunned down outside his east Albany apartment March 14th just after he called 911 to report a suspicious person.

D-A Ken Hodges says his office is moving quickly to bring the men to justice. "We have had it indicted in a timely manner and we look forward to getting the case to trial," said Hodges.

Darrell Anderson is also charged as a recidivist because of guilty convictions on two prior felonies.

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