HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — A man has been charged with first-degree criminal homicide in the fatal shooting of a taxi cab driver in Harrisburg Sunday night.

According to a criminal complaint filed by Harrisburg Police, Hezekiah Campbell allegedly shot and killed Kenneth Cobb at the Grace Street Amtrak Train Station and allegedly wrote a confession in a notebook found in his bedroom.

Police responded to the train station on March 27 for reports of shots fired into the taxi. Police found Cobb shot inside the car with multiple Luger 9mm copper-washed steel spent casings outside of the taxi.

Police say Cobb was taken to UPMC Harrisburg Hospital where he was pronounced deceased. Cobb’s death was ruled a homicide due to multiple gunshot wounds.

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According to the criminal complaint, police reviewed surveillance video that showed Cobb parking the taxi and a suspect walking to the driver’s side door. Video allegedly showed Campbell shooting multiple times into the door and fleeing towards the Mulberry Street Bridge.

Police tracked the shooter’s footpath to a residence on the 1200 block of Derry Street where a search warrant was conducted. Police found a S&W 9mm firearm with one loaded magazine and an empty magazine, a loose 9mm ammunition cartridge, and clothing that matched the description of the shooter.

Police say the ammunition also matched the unique casings found outside the taxi and that they are “rarely recovered” in Harrisburg shootings.

In Campbell’s bedroom police say they found a notebook with a page dated March 29, 2022, with Campbell’s name on the top page. In the notebook police say Campbell “went on to explain that he had killed someone else – ‘I shot him.'”

Additional surveillance video showed Campbell entering the residence minutes after the shooting, according to Harrisburg Police.

While interviewing Campbell police say he acknowledged a photograph of the surveillance video “looks like me” and that he admitted to writing in the notebook.

Campbell also had a concealed carry permit revoked on Sept. 16, 2021, making it illegal for him to carry a firearm.

Campbell, 26, was denied bail and taken to Dauphin County Prison on March 31. He is set to turn 27 on April 1.

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