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2 HELD WITHOUT BAIL IN SLAYING

Jamar Sullivan and Marcus Robertson Monday were ordered to remain jailed without bail by State Supreme Court Justice Penny M. Wolfgang after they pleaded innocent to murder, robbery and weapons charges in the fatal shooting of Buffalo cab driver Michael A. Hargrave a year ago.

Hargrave, 28, was shot in the head twice as the two allegedly got into his cab as passengers on Glenwood Avenue near Kehr Street shortly before 9 p.m. March 22, 1997, according to District Attorney Frank J. Clark and homicide prosecutor Patricia Idella Carrington.

Sullivan, 18, of Deerfield Avenue, was arrested early Friday afternoon. Robertson, also 18 and formerly of Chelsea Place, has been in custody here since January when Buffalo detectives went to San Bernardino, Calif., where he was living with relatives, and arrested him on an unrelated probation charge.

The prosecutors declined to comment on the evidence linking the two jailed suspects to the case.

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