Son Who ‘Shot Parents’ at LI Mansion on Christmas Is NYC Bodybuilder: Cops, Report


The one who purportedly shot his folks at their Long Island chateau Christmas morning was recognized Sunday as a 29-year-old muscle head from Brooklyn, as per cops and a report.

Siphoned up Dino Tomassetti is blamed for shooting his kid father toward the back and 64-year-old mother in the head at their tony Hewlett Harbor home soon after 10 a.m. Saturday, as per Nassau County cops.

The two casualties — recognized by law-implementation sources to New Jersey’s Daily Voice as Rocco and Vincenza Tomassetti — needed to go through a medical procedure for their injuries. The dad was supposed to be in the most genuine condition, sources told the Voice.


Property records show that the manor, esteemed at $3.2 million as indicated by land Web destinations, is claimed by the couple.

Dino — height- 5’9″, weight- 235 pound muscleman — ran away to New Jersey in a Cadillac Escalade later the shootings, as per police sources.

His extravagant vehicle was followed through GPS by the New York State Police, which reached the Mahwah Police Department for help when the presume arrived at that space, sources said. Specialists captured Dino without occurrence soon after 2 p.m., sources told the Voice.

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He will stay in guardianship in Bergen County, charged as an outlaw from equity, forthcoming his removal to Nassau County, the power source detailed.

His charges in New York will eventually rely upon the state of his folks.

Dino fills in as a fitness coach, as indicated by the Daily Voice.

His dad claims the Brooklyn-based Empire Transit Mix Inc. situated on Maspeth Avenue, state records show.

A specialist who picked up the telephone for the organization Sunday was totally uninformed that his supervisor had been shot.

Dino’s mom possesses the dance studio Starz on Broadway in Lynbrook, records show. A call to the studio was not returned.

A lady outside of Dino’s structure in East Williamsburg who distinguished herself as his dearest companion let The Post know that “he’s most certainly not” a brutal individual.

One more staggered neighbor, who said she was not in her home at the hour of the shooting, said that she only here and there saw the wedded couple out openly and had never seen their child.

“We saw the spouse and the wife once in a long while. The spouse was fixing stuff in the yard and brought bundles over and stuff,” she said. “We are exceptionally shocked. We are frightened. We feel terrible for them,” she added.

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