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Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Alleged gang leader arraigned in Camden slayings | Philadelphia Inquirer | 04/14/2010

Alleged gang leader arraigned in Camden slayings | Philadelphia Inquirer | 04/14/2010: "Kuasheim 'Presto' Powell killed a young couple in Camden during a two-day rampage in which four people died or were wounded simply because they didn't do what Powell wanted, according to a source familiar with the investigation.
New details of the Camden slayings emerged on Tuesday after Powell, 24, was arraigned in Superior Court and held on $1 million bail on charges that he murdered Michael 'Doc-Money' Hawkins, 23, and Hawkins' girlfriend, Muriah Ashley Huff, 18, on Feb. 22.
Judge Thomas Brown set the high bail after agreeing with Camden County Assistant Prosecutor Ira Slovin that Powell was a flight risk and a danger to the community.
Powell, of Camden, was arrested in California last month and charged with killing Hawkins and Huff, both of Burlington County. In court, authorities noted that Powell also had been charged with attempted murder in Pennsauken, where he is accused of shooting two men one day before the Camden slayings."



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