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  Posted on: Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Atlantic City's ability to solve homicide cases improved this year
Atlantic City is on pace for a record year in homicides, but is doing slightly better than last year when it comes to solving cases. On Monday, investigators charged David J. Williams, 48, in the killing of Siddiqah Bryant, a 23-year-old Atlantic City mother found strangled inside a van near the bus terminal. The arrest - which included tracking the city man to Texas - is the sixth case considered solved of the 12 homicides in the city so far this year.
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