Lateemah Leavy Wiki – Lateemah Leavy Biography
Junior English allegedly shot Lateemah Leavy on Sunday in their Camden home in the 2900 block of North Congress Road and then fled the scene, the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office said.
Junior English, 29, of Camden, has been charged in the fatal shooting of Lateemah Leavy, 37, inside their Camden home on July 5, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and @CamdenCountyPD Chief Joseph Wysocki. pic.twitter.com/YsB8haSpTc
— Camden Co Prosecutor (@CamdenCoPros) July 7, 2020
Lateemah Leavy body found
Camden County police officers found the body of Lateemah Leavy in her home Sunday.
Lateemah Leavy, 37, discovered in bedroom of house on Congress Road https://t.co/Xgq38yvk2k
— Courier-Post (@cpsj) July 6, 2020
Lateemah Leavy Killer
A 29-year-old man has been charged with first-degree murder in the fatal shooting in Camden of a 37-year-old woman described as his girlfriend, authorities said Tuesday.
Junior English accused of killing Lateemah Leavy in their N. Congress Road home https://t.co/bFo4usntAM
— Courier-Post (@cpsj) July 7, 2020
Lateemah Leavy death report call 911
English later called 911 from a vehicle in Pleasantville to report that Leavy was not breathing. Police responded to the home in Camden around 12:30 p.m. and found Leavy dead in an upstairs bedroom.
Police located English in the vehicle in Pleasantville and there was an hours-long standoff. English, allegedly armed with a handgun, then ran into some nearby woods. He was apprehended without further incident by an officer from the Absecon Police Department.
English was being held in the Atlantic County jail on weapons charges.