In this 2001 photo provided by the Franconia Township Police Department in Telford, Pa, Salvatore Perrone is shown. New York City police said on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012 that they’ve arrested the 63-year-old low end clothing dealer for the killings of three New York shopkeepers since August 2012. (AP Photo/Franconia Township Police Department)
NEW YORK (AP) — A garment salesman accused of systematically shooting three shopkeepers to death as they worked alone in their clothing stores was held without bail Thursday.
Salvatore Perrone, who was held after his initial Brooklyn court appearance on murder charges, denies killing anyone, his lawyer said.
Attorney Ken Jones, who represented Perrone only for the arraignment and hadn’t spent that much time with him, said his client shows no remorse and appears “as though he could have some mental-health issues.”
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