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Man arrested in shooting deaths of 2 at Camden motorcycle clubhouse
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Man arrested in shooting deaths of 2 at Camden motorcycle clubhouse

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CAMDEN — A man has been charged in the slayings of two Philadelphia men inside a New Jersey motorcycle clubhouse two months ago, authorities said.

Federal marshals arrested 40-year-old Loring Lindsey on Friday at a Camden home on first-degree murder and weapons charges, police and prosecutors in Camden County said.

Police were called to the Wheels of Soul Clubhouse in Camden on Sept. 20 and found two Philadelphia men with gunshot wounds, authorities said. Jermaine Wilkes, 38, was pronounced dead at the scene, and Jamill Jenkins, 32, died at an area hospital later that day.

Lindsey was taken to the Camden County jail to await a detention hearing. It's unclear whether he has an attorney, and a number listed in his name had been assigned to someone else Saturday.

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