The accused killer of a Camden County teenager was captured this morning in Woodbury, authorities said.

Carlos Bryant 21, of Glassboro, was found at a friend's apartment by the fugitive unit of the Gloucester County Prosecutor's office.

Bryant, wanted for the Tuesday slaying of Robert Harrell, 19, of Winslow Township, was arrested without incident at the Woodlake Apartments. He was being held on $750,000 bail at the Gloucester County jail, said Bernie Weisenfeld, spokesman for the prosecutor's office.

Bryant allegedly stabbed Harrell in the chest during a fight yesterday afternoon at the home of Harrell's girlfriend in Monroe Township, Weisenfeld said.

Harrells's girlfriend and two small children, ages 1-year-old and 1-week-old, were not harmed.

Harrell was pronounced dead at 3:30 p.m. at Kennedy Memorial Hospital in Washington Township.

An autopsy determined he died of a severed aorta. Police have recovered the alleged murder weapon, Weisenfeld said.

In addition to murder, Bryan was charged with two counts of aggravated assault and weapons counts.

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