Man shot to death in ‘personal’ South Jersey killing

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A 33-year-old man was shot dead early Friday in Clayton in what Gloucester County Prosecutor Sean Dalton called an apparently “planned” killing.


Kenneth Bernard Mosley, of Fairfield, Cumberland County, was sitting in the living room at his girlfriend’s house in the first block of Downs Street when someone approached the home, saw Mosley, and fired several shots through a sliding glass door, Dalton said.

Police were dispatched at 3:38 a.m., after a report to 911 of shots fired. Mosley was pronounced dead at the scene about an hour later, Dalton said.





Two other adults and two children in the home at the time were not harmed, Dalton said. An autopsy Friday morning confirmed Mosley’s death as a homicide caused by multiple gunshot wounds.

Dalton said a motive is unclear, but the killing appeared to have been intentional.

“We do not believe this was a random act. This was personal. It was planned,” he said. “We believe that the victim knew who the assailant was.”




Anyone with information is asked to call the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office at 856-384-5552 or the Clayton Police Department at 856-881-2301.



















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