The gunman who allegedly shot an innocent commuter outside of Penn Station earlier this week was held on bail Friday — after calling a Manhattan judge “bro” at his arraignment.
Marvin Bruce, wearing gray sweatpants and a blue hoodie, appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court Friday afternoon before Judge Zhuo Wang after being arrested on assault and weapons possession charges.
“Good afternoon, bro,” the 27-year-old greeted said to the judge moments after the jurist began the arraignment.
Wang ordered Bruce to be held on $100,000 bail or $300,000 bond.
The suspected triggerman allegedly shot a 58-year-old innocent bystander in the leg outside of the bustling commuter
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