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David Ortiz Shooting Suspect Facing Charges In New Jersey

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David Ortiz Shooting Suspect Facing Charges In New Jersey

David Ortiz Shooting Suspect Facing Charges In New Jersey

The suspect accused of shooting former baseball star David Ortiz is now facing charges in New Jersey.

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