New York man is facing illegal arms tax after killing 2 burglars in his home, police said.
A New York statesman was accused of crime holding an illegal gunsmith after he had killed two people in the theft after his home on Tuesday afternoon, police said.
New York State Police said in a press release that Ronald A. Stolarczyk, 64, interrupted a man and woman burglary at his home around noon. 14:40 in Deerfield, New York, located about four hours north of New York City.
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Stolarczyk then fired the two suspects, police said. 19659005] Ronald A. Stolarczyk was arrested for crime possession. "/>
Ronald A. Stolarczyk was arrested for crime possession.
The 64-year-old was later arrested after the authorities realized that the firearm used in the shooting was allegedly owned illegally.
One of the suspects identified by the state police as 57-year-old Patricia Anne Talerico of Utica was pronounced dead on stage. The second suspect, 27-year-old Nicholas Talerico from Utica, was transported to a hospital where he died of his injuries.
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The incident issued a large police feasibility study when the authorities investigated what was originally reported as a possible home invasion.
"The word that we had originally had was a possible home invasion, a possible suspicious run big," said Trooper Jack Keller with New York State Police to WSYR TV. "We could quickly identify who these people were identified when they were not knocked out later was one of the victims, but we too could quickly determine that there were no others and the public was not at all in danger."
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Stolarczyk was arrested and charged with a firearm and was transported to Oneida County Prison pending centralized arbitration, according to the state police.
The authorities said the investigation was about the incident going on.
Fox News & # 39; Travis Fedschun has contributed to this report.