Arrest made for 2002 homicide in Hartford

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Officials in Hartford said an arrest had been made on Tuesday for a 2002 homicide.

According to police, 35-year-old James Raynor was served on Tuesday while in prison for an unrelated Hartford homicide in 2009.

Authorities said on May 10th, 2002, units responded to the area of 47 Center Street after receiving a report of a person being shot.

At the scene, officials found 25-year-old Harry Baez suffering from gunshot wounds to his head and shoulder.

He was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced deceased.

Raynor has now been charged with murder and was issued a $1.5 million bond.

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