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Trial of Man Accused of Killed N.J. Cop Resumes

February 06, 2012  | 

The trial of a man accused of shooting a Lakewood (N.J.) Police officer during a field interview continued today.

Jahmell Crockam, 20, gunned down Lakewood PD's Officer Christopher Matlosz on Jan. 14, 2011. Crockam was wanted for possession of hollow-point bullets.

Last week, two men identified Crockam as the man who fired into a police cruiser, reports NJ.com.


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