Michael Barisone Is Charged With Two Attempts Of Murder
Former American Olympian In Dressage Michael Barisone Has Been Charged With Two Counts Of Attempted Murder And Two Counts Of Unlawful Carrying Of A Weapon.
- Michael Barisone has been charged with two counts of attempted murder at his upscale equestrian center in Jersey.
- Michael was also charged with two counts of unlawful carrying of a weapon.
- The D.A. revealed that they responded to equestrian center after they received a 911 call.
- The Post described the incident as “tenant/landowner” issue.
Michael Barisone, who competed in Dressage in 2008 Olympics, is accused of allegedly shooting a woman at his upscale equestrian center in Jersey.
As per the reports, on Wednesday, the 52 years old got into a fight with the woman at around 2:15 pm at the fancy 53-acre Hawthorne Farm in Long Valley. Pretty soon, the things got escalated.
Michael fired multiple times, striking the woman who was later rushed to the hospital. The NY Post reported that the woman’s condition has been as “up in the air.”
The D.A. revealed that they responded to equestrian center after they received a 911 call. While they reached the place, they found a woman with multiple gunshot wounds. They reported:
The Defendant, Michael Barisone, and a second male victim were also located at the scene. A handgun was also recovered.
The Morris County Prosecutor’s Office confirmed that the incident took place at the farm and a suspect has been taken to the custody but did not officially revealed the name.
As per the law enforcement, the suspect was also injured in the event along with the third person. The police have been investigating, but a couple of reports confirmed that Michael is expected to be hit with the charges.
The Post described the incident as “tenant/landowner” issue.