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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A teen accused of killing a rabbi bailed out of jail Friday morning.

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Deandre Charles, was the suspect in the high-profile robbery and murder of Rabbi Joseph Raksin back in August 2014.

A witness placed Charles at the crime scene but his mother said he was home at the time of the murder.

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The state said they had DNA proof, but a judge in April deemed the evidence to be flimsy and granted bail.

Rabbi Raksin was a well-known leader in New York City’s Jewish community.

He was visiting his daughter in Miami when he was murdered walking to a local synagogue in broad daylight.

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Charles is now under house arrest.