Police Arrest Fugitive Accused of Shooting Homeless Woman

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    Camden Police
    32-year-old Allan Mattocks

    Police arrested a man who allegedly shot a homeless woman who was set to testify in court.

    On October 23, police say 32-year-old Allan Mattocks was arrested at an auto auction on Route 68 in Manheim, New Jersey where he was washing cars.

    On April 10, 2012, Mattocks allegedly beat Stephanie Warren, a 48-year-old homeless woman, unconscious on Boyd Street in Camden.

    Mattocks was arrested and charged with kidnapping, aggravated assault and criminal restraint in connection to the incident. Warren was set to testify against him in a trial on May 20.

    To prevent her from testifying, Mattocks allegedly abducted Warren on April 12 of this year. Police say he took Warren to a vacant lot behind 502 Rand Street in Camden and then shot her in the head.

    Warren survived the shooting but suffered significant brain injury.

    On August 14, Mattocks as well as 18-year-old Joshua Sloan, were charged in connection to the shooting. Sloan was arrested that day and charged with kidnapping, attempted murder, witness tampering and other related offenses. He is currently being held at the Camden County Jail on $750,000 bail.

    Mattocks was also charged with kidnapping, attempted murder and other related offenses. He was a fugitive considered armed and dangerous before his arrest last week. He is currently being held on $1 million bail.