Thursday, April 25, 2013

Families squabble in court
The families of a murdered man and the suspect in the case had some issues in the Washington County courthouse on Wednesday. They were all attending the preliminary hearing of Marcus Gergish in the shooting death of Timothy Peregoy, Sr. The younger of Peregoy’s sons testified that he recognized the shooter as being Gergish. He is accused of shooting the man while trying to rob Peregoy and his wife of a medication called suboxone…which Gergish had purchased some of from the family earlier. When the Peregoy family reentered the courthouse lobby from outside the son was reportedly threatened by a member of the group there to support Gergish. Courthouse officers separated the families into different parts of the courthouse then escorted them to their cars. Gergish was bound over to a grand jury and appears in court again in late July…he is currently being held in the County detention center on a one-hundred-thousand dollar bond. (CC)

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