No witnesses have come forward in the case of the July 16 fatal shooting of Dean Gaymon, who was president/CEO of the Credit Union of Atlanta, according to the Essex County Prosecutor's Office in New Jersey.
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ECPO stands for Essex County Prosecutor's Office (New Jersey)
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so that they don't [let him] say Mass or to present himself as a priest," said Iatesta, one of at least two people to accuse Ruane of sexual misconduct, according to the Essex County Prosecutor's Office.
The Essex County Prosecutor's Office is investigating the shooting that took the life of Gaymon, widely known as Dean, who at 48 was married and the father of four children.