Family offers reward for information in slaying

Posted: September 05, 2007

The family of a woman who was gunned down in Camden offered a reward yesterday for information leading to her killer.

Tierra Pressley, 24, of Woodlynne, was talking to a male acquaintance on June 17 when an unidentified gunman approached and began firing at the man. Pressley was hit in the chest and collapsed near the corner of Seventh and Sycamore Streets in South Camden. The gunman's apparent target, Adrien Jackson, 32, was critically wounded but survived, said Bill Shralow, spokesman for acting Camden County Prosecutor Joshua Ottenberg.

The family is posting a reward of more than $2,400 that was collected at a fund-raiser last month. Anyone with information is asked to call Investigator Diane Wilson of the Prosecutor's Office at 856-225-8400 or Detective Wayne Matthews of the Camden Police at 856-757-7420. - Sam Wood

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