SCPD: Woman Shot During Domestic Incident; Boyfriend Later Shoots Himself after Standoff with Police

Written by Long Island News & PR  |  09. January 2018

East Farmingdale, NY - January 9, 2017 - First Squad detectives are investigating an incident where a woman was shot during a domestic situation that occurred in East Farmingdale, NY. Her boyfriend later shot himself at the same location after standoff with police.
A 37-year-old Huntington Station woman was transported to Huntington Hospital where she was treated for non-life-threatening gunshot wounds at approximately 3 p.m. on January 8, 2018. Before the incident, the woman met her boyfriend at a parking lot located on New Highway, near Smith Street. Both individuals were in the female’s vehicle when the man, who was in possession of a handgun, threatened to harm himself. The woman attempted to gain possession of the weapon when a shot was fired. The woman was struck in her right hand and right hip. The man exited her vehicle and got into his vehicle that was also parked at that location. The woman fled and went to Huntington Hospital.
While at the hospital, the woman notified officers that her 22-year-old boyfriend was threatening to injure himself. First Precinct officers located the man, who was in possession of a handgun, in his vehicle that was still located in the parking lot on New Highway at approximately 4:20 p.m. The man barricaded himself within his vehicle. Police officers locked down the surrounding area and closed nearby streets. Members from the Suffolk County Police Hostage Negotiation Team and Emergency Service Section officers responded. At approximately 8 p.m., after a nearly four-hour standoff with police, the man exited his vehicle then shot himself in his right shoulder. He was then taken into custody and was transported by East Farmingdale Fire Department to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip where he was listed in stable condition.
Franco Pinan-Solorzano, of Copiague, was charged with Assault 2nd Degree and Criminal Possession of a Weapon. The investigation is continuing.
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