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Elderly NY man kills repeat burglars, is charged for using inherited gun, loses his home
June 9, 2019 | Vivek Saxena
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Imagine being arrested and losing your home after two repeat burglars break into your house again and rush toward you with the possible intention of murdering you. This exact scenario played out in New York late last month thanks to the far-left state’s draconian gun control laws.

A 64-year-old Deerfield homeowner was charged with illegal firearm possession and arrested after he used a gun he’d inherited from his deceased father to kill two repeat burglars. Then upon his release from a jail a couple of days later, he found himself homeless because his house had been condemned.  ...

Burglar Patricia Anne Talerico reportedly died at the scene, while burglar Nicholas Talerico ran to a neighbor for help, was driven by the neighbor to a nearby hospital and subsequently died there.

Case closed, right? Not in New York …

Because Stolarczyk had never registered his deceased father’s gun, he was arrested and charged with criminal possession of a firearm. The good news is that Oneida County District Attorney Scott McNamara doesn’t intend to also charge him with homicide, even if the Talericos had been unarmed.  ...
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If it wasn't for bad luck this guy wouldn't have any luck at all.

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https://www.syracuse.com/crime/2019/05/burglar-shot-by-homeowner-had-hit-the-house-before-da-says-shooter-was-a-hoarder.html

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McNamara said “a large amount of property” believed to have been taken from the initial burglary at Stolarczyk’s home was discovered at Nicholas Talerico’s apartment in Utica during the investigation of the shooting.

Items recovered included an old Commodore computer and an old bicycle, McNamara said.

Stolarczyk knew he had been burglarized recently, said his lawyer, Mark Wolber.

Stolarczyk appears to be a hoarder, McNamara said, and among the items he collected were Commodore and Atari computers.

"He had a lot of stuff in his place, and we believe the Talericos knew that, and were under the mistaken impression that the home was vacant,'' McNamara said.

The home has no electricity and no running water, the DA said. The home has been condemned due to its condition, he said.

McNamara said Stolarczyk’s lawyer is working with Catholic Charities to find Stolarczyk a place to live once he is released from jail. The DA said he believes his $10,000 bail should be lowered, but first he needs a place to go.

For now, Stolarczyk has said he’d prefer to be in jail, his lawyer said.

An online fundraising campaign has been set up to help Stolarczyk with legal costs.
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The good news is that Oneida County District Attorney Scott McNamara doesn’t intend to also charge him with homicide,

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OK, 64 is not "elderly", and his home was condemned because it had no running water or electricity and was full of crap.  He's not being charged for killing the burglars. I bet if someone actually did some journalism, they would find that there was a process during which he could get his home cleared up and get to some minimum levels of sanitation in order to keep it.
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Elderly NY man kills repeat burglars, is charged for using inherited gun, loses his home
June 9, 2019 | Vivek Saxena | Print Article


Imagine being arrested and losing your home after two repeat burglars break into your house again and rush toward you with the possible intention of murdering you. This exact scenario played out in New York late last month thanks to the far-left state’s draconian gun control laws.

A 64-year-old Deerfield homeowner was charged with illegal firearm possession and arrested after he used a gun he’d inherited from his deceased father to kill two repeat burglars. Then upon his release from a jail a couple of days later, he found himself homeless because his house had been condemned.

Around 3:00 pm or so on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 28, Deerfield resident Ronald Stolarczyk reportedly returned home, only to find a burglary in progress.

https://www.bizpacreview.com/2019/06/09/elderly-ny-man-kills-repeat-burglars-is-charged-for-using-inherited-gun-loses-his-home-763069?utm_source=IdealMedia&utm_medium=IdealMedia
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Elderly NY man kills repeat burglars, is charged for using inherited gun, loses his home
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OK, 64 is not "elderly", and his home was condemned because it had no running water or electricity and was full of crap.  He's not being charged for killing the burglars. I bet if someone actually did some journalism, they would find that there was a process during which he could get his home cleared up and get to some minimum levels of sanitation in order to keep it.

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UPDATE on Mr. Ronald Stolarczyk's case:

Charge dropped against Central NY homeowner who shot, killed 2 intruders

UTICA, N.Y. -- A homeowner who shot and killed two intruders who police said were burglarizing his home in May has been cleared of any crime, his lawyer said today.

Ronald Stolarczyk, 64, had been facing a charge of criminal possession of a firearm, a felony, after he shot and killed Patricia Talerico and Nicholas Talerico as they were breaking into his Deerfield home. The homeowner’s handgun wasn’t registered as required by state law, authorities said.

The charge against Stolarczyk was dropped in Deerfield town court Monday night after the Oneida County District Attorney’s office made a motion to dismiss the charge and the judge agreed, Mark Wolber, Stolarczyk’s lawyer, told Syracuse.com | The Post Standard today.

Wolber said he has asked from the outset that the charge be dropped “in the interest of justice” and had numerous conferences with the DA’s office on the subject.

https://www.syracuse.com/crime/2019/08/cny-homeowner-who-shot-killed-2-intruders-has-charges-dropped.html

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UPDATE on Mr. Ronald Stolarczyk's case:

Charge dropped against Central NY homeowner who shot, killed 2 intruders



Nice to see some common sense supplant what appeared to be anti 2A insanity.
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Nice to see some common sense supplant what appeared to be anti 2A insanity.

Highly uncommon these days.   However a quick glance at Oneida County , NY shows they lean republican.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oneida_County,_New_York#Government_and_politics

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UPDATE on Mr. Ronald Stolarczyk's case:

Charge dropped against Central NY homeowner who shot, killed 2 intruders

UTICA, N.Y. -- A homeowner who shot and killed two intruders who police said were burglarizing his home in May has been cleared of any crime, his lawyer said today.

Ronald Stolarczyk, 64, had been facing a charge of criminal possession of a firearm, a felony, after he shot and killed Patricia Talerico and Nicholas Talerico as they were breaking into his Deerfield home. The homeowner’s handgun wasn’t registered as required by state law, authorities said.

The charge against Stolarczyk was dropped in Deerfield town court Monday night after the Oneida County District Attorney’s office made a motion to dismiss the charge and the judge agreed, Mark Wolber, Stolarczyk’s lawyer, told Syracuse.com | The Post Standard today.

Wolber said he has asked from the outset that the charge be dropped “in the interest of justice” and had numerous conferences with the DA’s office on the subject.

https://www.syracuse.com/crime/2019/08/cny-homeowner-who-shot-killed-2-intruders-has-charges-dropped.html

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