Building supervisor discovers hole in the sheet rock and damage to a pipe in an adjacent apartment that caused flooding in the East Garden City building.
An Avalon Garden City resident was arrested Saturday after allegedly discharging his AR-15 Stag Arms Model semi-automatic assault rifle inside his apartment, according to Third Squad detectives.
An investigation revealed the rifle belonged to 49-year-old Raymond Marro, Jr.
Nassau County police report the building supervisor discovered a hole in the sheet rock and damage to a pipe in an adjacent apartment that caused flooding in the East Garden City building.
the weapon and placed the defendant under arrest. There were no
Marro is charged with reckless endangerment, first degree; two counts of criminal possession of a weapon, third degree; and criminal mischief, fourth degree. He was slated for arraignment Sunday at First District Court in Hempstead.
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