NY Pharmacy Massacre

June 23, 2011 by USA Post 

NY Pharmacy MassacreNY Pharmacy Massacre, Two years ago, who posed for a photo of the wedding, he smiled broadly with a dark suit, a pudgy her fresh-faced girlfriend. They soon began a life together in the promising home in suburban New York where he grew up. Police mug shots Laffer David Brady and Melinda released Thursday portrays a completely different couple: Ghent, stone-faced robbery suspects accused of drug store and the murder of two pharmacy employees and two customers Father’s Day. Laffer, 33, had two black eyes and bruises on his face during his arraignment on charges of first-degree murder, where a court-appointed lawyer pleaded not guilty on his behalf.

A police report says Laffer suffered injuries when he grabbed for the gun of a policeman during a raid on his home Wednesday Medford. That was discussed on the floor and placed in handcuffs, the complaint said.

Brady, 29, now many kilos lighter than your wedding photo was being treated in hospital for an undisclosed ailment, forces authorities to temporarily postpone his appearance. He is accused of theft and obstruction of governmental administration, although a prosecutor said Thursday that the charges were upgraded probable.

Assistant District Attorney John Collins described the shooting on Sunday in Medford Haven drugs as “the most cold-blooded RHD in the history of Suffolk County.” He said the methodical murders were captured on surveillance video.
Laffer, his wife waited outside in the car, entered the pharmacy and the carnage began, Collins said.

“He did not reveal a break,” Collins said in the indictment, which was ordered held without bail Laffer. “Just the first shot after the participation of pharmacists in the conversation.”

The pharmacist, Raymond Ferguson, 45, of Centereach, was shot in the abdomen. Prosecutors say Laffer then pointed his gun and fired 45-caliber 17-year-old store clerk Jennifer Mejia, killing her.

Laffer, the prosecutor said, and then fired twice more fatal in two clients pharmacist before 71-year-old Bryon Sheffield and 33-year-old Jamie Taccetta was introduced to drugs Haven, with no idea of?? What was happening?

“He came up behind them and just run shot in the back of the head,” said Collins. Seven bullets, four dead.

The prosecutor said Laffer left with a backpack full of painkillers “family hydrocodone” and fled with his wife back to her home a mile and a half away. He left behind a fingerprint, said Collins, one of several keys in his eventual capture.

Printing for files of the Suffolk County police a pistol permit license Laffer had obtained several years ago, authorities said. Police also found other weapons and ammunition during a raid at the home of Laffer. Laffer reportedly worked in a warehouse in Yaphank, although his wife told reporters he was unemployed. A spokesman for the company where he worked Laffer no immediate comment.

Police Commissioner Richard Dormer was at a loss to explain the actions of a suspect who had no criminal record or history of violence.

“It’s very difficult to understand this,” he said. “To participate soon in this kind of violent behavior is beyond comprehension. It makes no sense. I have the answer. Nobody has the answer.” Brady, who was cooperating
To researchers, provided a glimpse of Wednesday night when he was taken from police headquarters to a cell in police station near the celebration.
“He did it because he lost his job and was sick,” said Brady. “He did. He did all this,” he told reporters. He seemed dazed and disheveled in an envelope size yellow shirt and black shorts.

Laffer expressed surprise early morning on Thursday, when reporters asked what he thought of his wife blame him, though his response was inaudible.

Brady had several surgeries on his mouth in the year prior to the January 2009 wedding, according to the messages that she did on the website of Long Island Weddings. She told fellow brides to be on the site that she suffered a lot and take different kinds of painkillers.

“I only take it if I have to,” one post read. “I really hate taking them.”

She wrote that Laffer and his family were supportive, but he was taking a toll on their relationships.

“I’ve been taking pills after pills infection and will not go away,” he wrote. “I’m not a depressed person or something before all this happened. I was happy.”

Laffer served in the Army from 1994 to 2002 and reached the rank of private first class said Mark Edwards, spokesman for the U.S. Human Resources Command Army at Fort Knox. While in the service, he worked as an intelligenceanlyst.

His Facebook page revealed he was interested in weapons and science fiction. Lists himself as a fan of sci-fi drama based on the conspiracy “Dark Skies” and the Spike TV show “mortal warrior.” It also lists Springfield XD, a type of gun in their interests.

The intense search for the suspects in the mass murder in the worst of Suffolk County for six family members were killed in the 1974 “Amityville Horror” murders, generated more than 400 tips from the community on the edge from Sunday, police said.

“We know that this arrest will not bring back Raymond, Jennifer, Bryan and Jamie, but hopefully this will provide a sense of closure to the families of the victims,”said Dormer, Police Commissioner. “We are also hoping that this gives the peace of the community in mind that this violent man is behind bars.”

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