LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY -- The man accused of 12-year-old homeless boy Ray Allen Etheridge in a Louisville park was a boiling cauldron of hate and resentment. And Joseph Cambron, 21, should know: He's the one saying it. "I mean there's just so many cases of me just blowing up," Joseph Cambron told police in an unrelated sexual-abuse case.
He is now charged with murder and tampering with physical evidence in
the murder of seventh-grader Ray. Cops say Cambron
and Ray and the young boy got into a scrap last Tuesday afternoon in the park. Cambron is 6-foot-3, 185-lbs while little Ray was just
5-foot-4 and 118-lbs. The boy died of multiple stab woulds. MORE IN THE COURIER-JOURNAL