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Man dubbed city's 'No. 1 trigger puller' by police, mistakenly released from jail but recaptured hours later

Man dubbed city's 'No. 1 trigger puller' by police, mistakenly released from jail but recaptured hours later

A man dubbed Baltimore's "No. 1 trigger puller," an alleged Black Guerrilla Family gang enforcer involved 12 killings, was mistakenly released from jail this week, but recaptured hours later, state officials say.

Montana Barronette, 21, of the 1100 block of Harlem Avenue who is being held on federal drug charges was released from the Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center at 3 a.m. on Saturday, said Gerard Shields, a spokesman for the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, in an email.

Barronette was previously charged by Baltimore police with murder for the May 2014 killing of 23-year-old Alfonso Williams, and identified as one of the city's 238...

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