Man who fatally shot Marist dad Paul Kutz fired 30 rounds: indictment
By Yaron Steinbuch
October 12, 2022 8:37am Updated
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Johnson, who faces one count of second-degree murder and two firearms charges, and Taylor are scheduled for arraignment on Friday.
The sheriff’s office in Fulton County, Georgia, issued an arrest warrant for the suspected murderer in July after he allegedly skipped court.
He had been scheduled to appear on felony gun and cocaine-dealing charges.
The following month, he was investigated in the Poughkeepsie area as a key suspect in a gang-related murder, law enforcement sources told the news outlet.
Johnson previously did time for robbery and burglary and was released on parole in August 2018, state prison records show.
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Parole? Guess that system needs to end!
Skipped in July? What did the various State and Federal agencies DO to recapture this felon BEFORE he killed an innocent citizen.