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Crime Camden brothers face possible life terms for murder

00:50  14 february  2020
00:50  14 february  2020 Source:   courierpostonline.com

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Life imprisonment is any sentence of imprisonment for a crime under which convicted persons are to remain in prison either for the rest of their natural life or until paroled or otherwise commuted to

CAMDEN - Two brothers face potential life sentences for the November 2018 slaying of an 18-year-old city man.

Curtis Miller, 26, and Ryan Wilkins, 24, were found guilty Wednesday of murder and other charges by a Superior Court jury that deliberated for two days, according to the Camden County Prosecutor's Office.

a man looking at the camera: Curtis Miller, left, and Ryan Wilkins, Camden brothers, have been convicted of the November 2018 murder of Thomas Reyes.© Photo provided Curtis Miller, left, and Ryan Wilkins, Camden brothers, have been convicted of the November 2018 murder of Thomas Reyes.

The Camden men were accused of the fatal shooting of Thomas Reyes, a Gloucester Township resident gunned down on the 1000 block of Carl Miller Boulevard.

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An investigation led by Prosecutor's Detective James Brining "tracked down surveillance footage that captured the defendants fleeing the scene" after the 4:30 p.m. shooting, the prosecutor's office said.

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Additional footage showed the brothers discarding clothing, including a jacket worn by Miller that had gunshot residue and a mask with Wilkins' DNA.

Acting Assistant Prosecutor Matt Spittal also presented evidence that showed Miller had directed the owner of a van used during the crime to report the vehicle as stolen.

Miller's attorney, Richard Sparaco of Cherry Hill, presented a defense that no gun was found, no motive was shown and experts could not say when the gunshot residue got on his client's jacket.

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Miller and Wilkins face a minimum of 30 years to a maximum of life behind bars, the prosecutor's office said.

They are to be sentenced March 26 by Superior Court Judge Gwendolyn Blue.

Jim Walsh is a free-range reporter who’s been roaming around South Jersey for decades. His interests include crime, the courts, economic development and being first with breaking news. Reach him at jwalsh@gannettnj.com or look for him in traffic.

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