Dai’meon Allen Obituary,  Death – A young guy was fatally shot and killed on Saturday night in Camden, New Jersey, after attending a birthday celebration, according to the authorities in that city. The event was for another person. The Camden County Prosecutor Grace MacAulay and the Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez made the announcement on Sunday that an investigation will be conducted by detectives into the shooting that resulted in the death of the 14-year-old boy. MacAulay and Rodriguez are responsible for leading the Camden County Police Department.

A member of the general public called 911 at approximately 9:30 p.m. to report hearing gunshots near the 1800 block of Mount Ephraim Avenue. They found the man unconscious, and according to the officials, they transported him to the Cooper University Medical Center. According to the reports from the police, the hospital where the adolescent was taken around half an hour after the event pronounced the teen deceased. It was discovered that he was a boy of the same age from the neighboring town of Lindenwold, which is located in the state of New Jersey.

On Monday, the individual in question was named as Dai’meon Allen, who is currently enrolled in the ninth grade at Lindenwold High School. This information was provided by the superintendent of schools for Lindenwold. “The Lindenwold School District is both surprised and saddened by the recent passing of one of our students, Dai’meon Allen,” Dr. Kristin P. O’Neil said in a statement. “The Lindenwold School District is both surprised and saddened by the recent passing of one of our students.” The unexpected demise of one of our kids, Dai’meon Allen, has left the Lindenwold School District in a state of shock as well as profound sadness. During this sad time, our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends, and loved ones.

Please accept our condolences and prayers. The police and the prosecutor have indicated that Allen was present at a birthday celebration event that was conducted at the Elks Lodge located on Mount Ephraim Avenue prior to the shooting that took place there. Camden County Police Department spokesman Dan Keashen released the following statement via email on Monday: “Since Saturday night, the CCPD has been working tirelessly in partnership with the CCPO to ensure that this tragic homicide gets solved and the suspect is brought to justice as quickly as possible.”

Keashen continued by saying, “This heartbreaking homicide needs to be solved, and the suspect needs to be brought to justice as quickly as possible.” We will not give up until the person who committed this act of senseless violence is taken into custody. This act of senseless violence is a complete tragedy for our community, and we will not give up until this person is taken into custody.