CLIFFVIEW PILOT ’s exclusive report that rapper Kampane was shot before his burned body was found in the trunk of a car on a Paramus street was confirmed today by Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli.
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CLIFFVIEW PILOT BREAKS THE STORY: The rapper Kampane was shot in the head and killed, then torched in a vacant Englewood apartment, by a former city resident who later went back to the scene, removed the charred body and left it in the rear cargo of the victim’s SUV on a Paramus street, say authorities who arrested him and two accused accomplices. READ MORE….
An autopsy by the Bergen County Medical Examiner determined that the victim, whose real name is Rhian H. Stoute, succumbed to “multiple gunshot wounds” before his body was set on fire, the prosecutor announced.
Fleshing out more details, Molinelli said a resident on Village Circle West called Paramus police just before 8 a.m. Tuesday to report a suspicious vehicle out front – a 2001 black Chevy Tahoe with New York license plates.
Looking through the windows, the responding officers could see Stoute’s body, the prosecutor said.
Law enforcement sources originally told CLIFFVIEW PILOT exclusively that Stoute had been shot at least once. Another source confirmed he was struckonce in the head, once in the neck and once in the shoulder with .40-caliber rounds.
EXCLUSIVE CLIFFVIEW PILOT REPORT: Burned body of rapper Kampane found in car on quiet Paramus street
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