2 NJ men indicted in series of synagogue bombings
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Two New Jersey men have been indicted in a series of firebomb attacks on synagogues.
Prosecutors in northern New Jersey's Bergen County say a grand jury has voted to indict 20-year-old Aakash Dalal (ah-KAHSH' dah-LAHL') of New Brunswick and Anthony M. Graziano of Lodi (LOH'-deye).
The 30-count indictment includes attempted murder, bias intimidation and arson charges, among others.
Graziano remains held on $2.5 million bail. Dalal is in custody on $5.5 million bail.
The attempted murder charges stem from the firebombing of a rabbi's residence in Rutherford on Jan. 11, 2012. The two were both 19 at the time and are childhood friends from Lodi.
It is not immediately clear who is representing them.