When the New York City Police Department first responded to a call for help from a homeowner with a broken window at the back of their New York Beach home on July 28, the cops received a 911 call that a man had been found dead inside a nearby garage.
As they investigated the scene, they discovered a body.
The victim, an 82-year-old man named Michael F. Fagan, had been shot and killed in the garage.
Police have not revealed what triggered the incident, but according to authorities, Fagan had been in the wrong place at the wrong time.
The homeowner, who has not been identified, had broken the window, and he was apparently trying to get his lawn mower repaired.
When the cops arrived, they found Fagan dead inside the garage, and a body was recovered nearby.
A search of the garage turned up other broken windows and debris.
The police then received a call from a neighbor who said that someone had been “pissed off” by the police and that they were “going to come knock on the door” and “get rid of him.”
The caller said the cops were going to come “to the front door, put guns to his head and kill him.”
It is unclear whether the homeowner is Fagan’s neighbor or not.
The NYPD is investigating the case, but it is not clear whether any arrests have been made.
Fagen, a former Marine who was stationed in the United Kingdom during World War II, had a history of mental health issues.
According to his obituary, he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and substance abuse.
He was married to a woman who had suffered from depression, which was one of the factors that led to his death.
The family of the deceased has asked that his name not be released.
The case remains under investigation, and police have not released the names of the suspects or any other details about the investigation.
In 2016, a man named Joseph S. Hagen was charged with the murder of a man in his home in the Bronx, where the family members of the victim were staying.
After the man died, the police were called to the home.
The officers found Hagen with a gunshot wound to the chest.
Hagan was eventually charged with murder and sentenced to life in prison.
A judge granted Hagen bail and ordered him to have no contact with the victim or anyone close to him.
Hagerstown, Pennsylvania, resident Paul Hagen, who had been living in the area for many years, was also arrested for the murder and was also found dead in his house.
The murder happened in 2016, but there were no details about why or how it happened.
In 2017, police arrested a man who they said was “in possession of an illegal gun,” and he shot and wounded a man, then fled the scene.
The man was identified as Andrew M. Johnson, who was in custody on a weapons charge, but his death has not yet been ruled a homicide.
In 2019, a 31-year old man named Charles L. Gaskill was arrested after he allegedly shot a man at his apartment complex.
Gackill was charged and was subsequently found dead on the ground in his apartment.
He had been hospitalized for a number of years with a number, including multiple gunshot wounds, but police did not know if he had been receiving treatment for his mental health.
Authorities did not reveal what triggered his suicide.
In October of that year, a 33-yearold man called 911 to report that a woman had shot at him, saying that she had “broken the window.”
She had then fled to the bathroom and called police, who then found the woman dead.
According in the news release, investigators determined that the woman had not been the intended target of the attack.
The woman was identified by police as a 29-year, former employee of the police department.