Pretrial hearing delayed in Camp murder case

ALBANY -- A hearing set for Monday to argue pretrial motions in a high-profile murder case has been delayed after an attorney for one of the defendants was tied up in another proceeding, officials say.

Dontavis Wilson, Christopher Ingram and Darrell Anderson all stand accused of the March 2007 shooting death of Jack Camp, a prominent public safety official who was shot outside the Regency Club Apartment complex.

Investigators say they believe Camp, who often served as the apartment complex's makeshift security guard, may have interrupted a possible drug deal.

Senior Judge Loring Gray had scheduled a hearing for Monday to hear any remaining pretrial motions left in the case.

"Indications are that the hearing will be rescheduled for some time in the very near future," Dougherty Chief Assistant District Attorney Christopher Cohilas said.

Jail officials said Monday that Ingram and Anderson were still being housed at the Dougherty County Jail. Wilson is believed to be incarcerated at Smith State Prison in Glennville.

Camp's death sent shock waves through the public safety community. He was well-known in those circles, having been a former paramedic, search and rescue team member and bail recovery agent.