Attorney William Petrillo says his client, cabbie Thomas Moroughan, believes it's for the "greater good" that Anthony DiLeonardo was fired from the Nassau County Police Department.

As News 12 previously reported, DiLeonardo was off-duty when he allegedly fired five shots at Moroughan in February 2011 during a road rage incident in Huntington. Moroughan was initially arrested, but the charges...

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