Triple murder suspect's bail reduced by $550K

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A man accused of killing three men within five minutes in September of 2017 received a reduction in bail Thursday, after the Alaska Court of Appeals ordered an Anchorage Superior Court judge to reconsider his latest bail order.  

Anthony Pisano, 44, faces 10 felony charges -- including three counts of first-degree murder -- in the Sept. 12, 2017 deaths of 31-year-old Bullion Brothers owner Steven Cook, 48-year-old Kenneth Hartman and 31-year-old Daniel McCreadie.

Pisano, formerly an Anchorage-stationed Army soldier, is accused of fatally shooting the three men at Cook’s business and then driving away. 

Triple murder suspect's bail reduced by $550K
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