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UPDATE: Paulsboro Homicide Suspect Surrenders

By kcora on

The suspect in Saturday’s fatal shooting in Paulsboro surrendered to police today.

According to authorities, on Aug. 25th, at approximately 6:45 pm, officers from the Paulsboro Police Department responded to 205 W. Buck Street, for reports that a subject had been shot.

Upon arrival, responding officers discovered 21-year-old Davontae Randall, of Paulsboro, had sustained multiple gunshot wounds.

Officials say an autopsy conducted on Aug. 26th by Gloucester County Medical Examiner Dr. Gerald Feigin, ruled the cause of death as multiple gunshot wounds and the manner of death a homicide.

Through follow-up investigation, interviews, and surveillance footage, officers of the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office and the Paulsboro Police Department identified 20-year-old Anthony D. Kille as the person responsible for the death of Davontae Randall. Kille fled the area after the murder.

Officials say a warrant was obtained for his arrest and over the last several days, Detectives from The Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office and Paulsboro Police Department have been working with the United States Marshals Service on locating and apprehending him.

However, today Kille surrendered to the Atlantic City Police Department. Officers of the U.S. Marshal’s NY-NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force, with the assistance of the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office Fugitive Unit, transported him back to Gloucester County.

Authorities are investigating if a road rage incident was the motive behind the fatal shooting but has not confirmed an official cause at this time.

Authorities charged Kille with first-degree murder, second-degree possession of a weapon, second-degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and a third-degree receiving stolen property charge. Kille will be held in the Salem County Correctional Facility pending a detention hearing.

Investigators believe some additional witnesses may provide crucial information in this investigation. No other suspects are being sought at this point in the investigation authorities said.

The Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office encourages any witnesses with information regarding this homicide to contact Det. Michael Bielski of the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office at 856-649-9716 or Det. Michael Minniti of the Paulsboro Police Department at 609-352-3919.