MEDFORD - The suspected Medford pharmacy shooter was scheduled to report for jury duty at the end of June, but he had a good excuse. David Laffer, of Medford, sent a letter to Suffolk's commissioner of jurors, saying that he can't serve because he's in jail. News 12 Long Island has learned that the 33-year-old suspect will be granted an extension.Laffer is facing five counts of first-degree murder for allegedly shooting to death four people during a Father's Day drug store robbery. Pharmacy suspect's wife: 'He did it'Continuing coverage: Medford pharmacy massacreCops: Husband, wife arrested in Medford drug-store massacre