Questioning legality of collection of evidence, attorney seeks further records

September 15, 2015

Authorities were seeking cellphone records in the double-murder case of a Leonia school custodian from Teaneck accused of killing his Englewood girlfriend and her 5-year old daughter in January 2013.

“What can I do for you and the state to move this case along?” Superior Court Judge James J. Guida asked defense attorney Kevin G. Roe.

Roe said he will be trying to suppress evidence against Michael C. Brady, 36, who authorities said stabbed 40-year-old Tammy Pitts-Gaddy to death and suffocated young Natasha with a plastic bag because she saw the attack.

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Source: Cliffviewpilot, September 14, 2015