Former Camden police sergeant sentenced in federal corruption caseby Danielle Camilli
Dec. 18, 2012
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CAMDEN — A retired Camden police sergeant from Moorestown was sentenced to eight months in federal prison Tuesday for his admitted role as the supervising officer of a corrupt anti-drug squad that stole cash, conducted illegal searches, planted drugs and falsified reports.