- Associated Press - Thursday, April 4, 2019

HACKENSACK, N.J. (AP) - A New York City man has been charged in a sexual assault that occurred in New Jersey 14 years ago.

Authorities say Roydell Cameron was arrested March 29 at JFK Airport as he tried to board a flight to Jamaica. He remains jailed in New York pending extradition to New Jersey.

The arrest was announced Thursday.

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Authorities say an expanded cold case homicide unit helped develop DNA evidence in the case, which led to Cameron being identified as a suspect. The 39-year-old Bronx man is accused of raping a woman at gunpoint in Palisades Park in April 2005.

Cameron faces two counts of sexual assault, as well as a weapons offense and a charge of making terroristic threats. It wasn’t known Thursday if he’s retained an attorney.


This story has been updated to show the dateline should be Hackensack, not Hackensdack.

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