KINGSTON TWP. — Three 9 mm shell casings were recovered from inside a Harveys Lake house where Paul Brace was shot — a find that seemingly contradicts claims in a search warrant affidavit that multiple rounds were fired from multiple guns by four men who forced their way inside.
An inventory receipt of items seized from 367 Second St. was filed Tuesday with District Judge James Tupper.
State police at Wyoming said they found three 9 mm shell casings, two .38-caliber live rounds, a laptop computer, an iPad computer, an iPhone, four cigarette butts, a swatch from a chair with blood, a swatch from a couch with blood, tissue paper with blood, pajama pants with blood, pieces of drywall with blood, socks, a safe and four CDs from a trash can, according to the inventory receipt.
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