MORRISTOWN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – The former U.S. Olympian accused of shooting an award-winning equestrian appeared in court Wednesday morning.NYC Primary: Eric Adams Leads Democratic Mayoral Race In First Round Of Results; Andrew Yang Concedes Early
A judge ordered Barisone held without bail, citing remarks he allegedly made at the time of his arrest, in which he allegedly said “I had a good life, I had a good life.”
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Kanarek and her fiance were living on the farm, which is owned by Barisone.
Investigators say Kanarek and Barisone had an ongoing landlord-tenant dispute leading up to the shooting.
Kanarek allegedly identified the shooter herself after calling 911. The criminal complaint states she said, “Michael Barisone shot me” and “He shot me twice.”MORE NEWS: NYC Primary: So Many Options For Manhattan District Attorney, And Ranked Choice Voting Doesn't Apply
Kanarek is in a medically-induced coma.