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Three Camden men indicted in New York
Allegedly trafficked more than 100 firearms
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Manhattan (N.Y.) District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. (center) speaks during a May 22 press conference announcing the arrest of six men, including three from Camden -- Troy Allen, 32; Shakial Shephard, 22; and Liquel Robinson, 19 -- for the illegal sale of more than 100 firearms that other defendants ultimately sold to a undercover New York City Police Department officer. The other three defendants are all from New York City. At right is New York Police Commissioner James P. ONeill.
Three Camden men are awaiting their next court date, set for June 20, in Manhattan, N.Y., Supreme Court, after being indicted and arrested for their alleged roles in a gun trafficking case in late March. According to a press release from New York County District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.’s office, Troy Allen, 32; Shakial Shephard, 22; and Liq’uel Robinson, 19, all of Camden, face charges along with three New York City men in connection with the illegal sale more than 100 pistols, assault rifles, revolvers and shotguns, along with ammunition, to an undercover New York Police Department (NYPD) detective posing as a firearms dealer. The NYPD identified the other three men as Shavar Stuckey, 21; Levon Jackson, 30; and Davon Heatley, 32, all of New York City.