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Man arrested for threatening Jersey City Kosher Supermarket property manager

(JTA) — A New Jersey man was arrested for making menacing remarks to the property manager of the Jersey City kosher supermarket where gunmen left three dead in December.

Taylor Stackhouse was arrested Thursday after threatening the man, who was dressed in traditional Hasidic Jewish clothing, the Hudson County prosecutor’s office said in a statement.

Stackhouse, 38, was charged with making a terroristic threat, bias intimidation, and a petty disorderly persons harassment charge.

David Anderson and Francine Graham killed Mindy Ferencz, whose family owned the market, shopper Moshe Deutch, and employee Douglas Miguel Rodriguez in a Dec. 10 attack at the store. Police killed the shooters during a standoff that lasted several hours.

The post Man arrested for threatening property manager of Jersey City kosher supermarket appeared first on Jewish Telegraphic Agency.


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