Jury Deadlocked In Gas Station Killing


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MyVeronaNJ-Gavel-TrialThe Star Ledger is reporting that the jury hearing the case on the 2009 murder of Daniel Pritchard at the Sunoco station in Verona is “hopelessly deadlocked” on some charges.

The jury ended its fourth day of deliberations in the case against Raymond Perry by sending a note to court officials advising them of the impasse. The paper says that Superior Court Judge Michael Petrolle, who is hearing the case, asked the jury to resume deliberations on Wednesday morning.

You can read the paper’s report here.

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