Man charged in 2004 killing of Danbury chef

DANBURY - (AP) - Authorities say a New York man has been arraigned on a murder charge in the 2004 shooting and dismemberment of a Danbury chef and restaurant owner.

Marash Gojcaj was arrested Tuesday and charged with murder in the death of his uncle, Zef Vulvevic.

The men had co-owned the Gusto Restaurant in Danbury.

The 32-year-old Gojcaj's attorney says his client will plead not guilty.

Vulevic's body was found during an Earth Day cleanup in April 2004 in Brewster, New York. He had been shot in the head, and his dismembered body was placed in several plastic bags.

A judge set Gojcaj's bond at $4 million, and continued the case to Sept. 24.

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