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May 24. 2014 7:21PM

Court tosses confession of alleged shooter over Miranda Rights violation

ROCHESTER — A Strafford County Superior Court judge this week ruled that Rochester police illegally obtained the confession of shooting suspect Anthony Barratt, who confessed to firing a weapon at an occupied pickup truck before his Miranda Rights were read to him.

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