A COP SAYS HE 'BLACKED OUT' AND FIRED HIS GUN. PROSECUTORS SAY HE KILLED HIS ESTRANGED WIFE.

Sometime after 11pm on July 14, Newark police officer Lt. John Formisano went to the house he had shared with his since-estranged wife to drop off a pair of glasses for one of their children, he would later tell authorities. He remembers...

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