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Friday, 16 April 2010

Prosecutor: Morristown cemetery shooter used jail phone to threaten witness | | Daily Record

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Prosecutor: Morristown cemetery shooter used jail phone to threaten witness | | Daily Record: "lieutenant in the '305' street gang and made a threatening call from the county jail to a female juvenile he believes ratted on him to police, a prosecutor said Thursday.
At the request of Morris County Assistant Prosecutor David Bruno, Superior Court Judge David Ironson in Morristown maintained bail on Thursday at $500,000 cash only for Roberto A. Miranda, 20, of Florham Park. Bruno said that Miranda only recently was released from a jail in Miami-Dade, Fla. and relocated to his father's home on Knapp Avenue in Florham Park.
Miranda is charged with the attempted murder Monday of Vincent Zarlenga, at whom authorities say he fired multiple shots from a Browning 9 mm handgun he stole from his father's bedroom"

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