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The man accused of killing a 1-year-old Mentor boy waived his right to a preliminary in Mentor Municipal Court on Oct. 8. Standing before Acting Judge James Koerner, 23-year-old Anthony Francisco Garcea only answered questions in brief one- or two-word responses between tears. Koerner continued the $1 million bond set on Oct.