REPORT: CONVICTED KILLER BACK IN JAIL

A man who was convicted of killing a Lower Township teenager nearly ten years ago has landed back in jail.  The Times Union reports that 27-year old Joseph Michael Campon was locked up after he failed a routine parole search at his home where authorities uncovered a gun and illegal drugs.  You may remember Campon is the New York man who killed Christopher Loftus during a fight on the promenade in Cape May back in July, 2001.  Campon used a knife to repeatedly stab Loftus during the argument.

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