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Michael Dorazo biography: 13 things about Glendora, New Jersey man

Michael F. Dorazo Jr. is a white man from New Jersey, United States. Here are 13 more things about him:

  1. He lived in Glendora, Gloucester Township, Camden County, New Jersey. (a) (b)
  2. Aside from Glendora, he has lived in other parts of New Jersey including Lindenwold, Clementon and Pine Hill. (b)
  3. His mother Mary Dorazo was a member of Gloucester Township’s Human Relations Commission while he was working at Gloucester Township Public Works Department. Among his co-workers were David T. Pomianek, who is white, and Steven Brodie Jr., who is African-American. (c) (d)
  4. On April 4, 2007, he and Pomianek locked Brodie in a suspended cage and racially taunted their African-American co-worker. (c) (d)
  5. On April 2, 2008, Gloucester Township Police Department detective James P. Dougherty filed a criminal charges against him and Pomianek. They were charged with false imprisonment, bias intimidation and harassment, among others. On June 24, 2008, he and Pomianek were suspended without pay. (c) (d)
  6. On April 4, 2011, Brodie filed a complaint accusing him and Pomianek of having a history of discriminatory conduct in their supervisory employment capacities with the Gloucester Township Public Works Department. (c) (d)
  7. In December 2011, he admitted guilt to a disorderly persons offense. (e)
  8. He is a member of the Camden County Pagans and a supplier of methamphetamine. In July 2020, he gave an associate six firearms to store in his garage. The associate contacted law enforcement so the weapons were seized. Acting at the direction of law enforcement, the associate told him he sold the firearms for $5,000 to the Pagan’s Motorcycle Club, a violent gang known to engage in drug and weapons trafficking. (f)
  9. In August 2020, his fellow gang members attacked the associate with an axe handle. He was charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. (f)
  10. In December 2020, he was released from federal prison and ordered to home confinement to await a trial stemming from a federal firearms charge. (f)
  11. On May 12, 2021, a federal judge agreed to modify his bail confinement conditions and allowed him to leave his house in order to find a job. (f)
  12. On May 29, 2021, while armed with two handguns and a high-power, high-capacity assault weapon, he broke into a home on Pasadena Avenue in Deptford Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey, according to the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office. He was arrested after an hours-long manhunt that day and was charged with attempted murder, burglary during commission of an attempted murder and domestic violence incident, certain persons not to possess firearms, possession of firearms for an unlawful purpose and resisting arrest. (a)
  13. He was 41 years old when he was arrested on May 29, 2021. He was processed and remanded to the custody of the Salem County Correctional Facility pending an initial appearance. (a) (b)



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