NRA Official Barred From Carrying Guns Because Of Domestic Violence
Richard D’Alauro, the NRA’s field representative in New York, is banned from carrying guns because of an order of protection arising from a confrontation with his now-ex wife in his Long Island home in 2010.
Suffolk County authorities filed misdemeanor charges of assault and endangering the welfare of a child and a noncriminal charge of harassment as a result of the domestic dustup, which occurred at 1:55 a.m. on Sept. 1, 2010, records show.
At the time, the police confiscated a whopping 39 pistols, shotguns and rifles that D’Alauro kept in the couple’s East Northport, L.I., home.
Cops had to return to the house for guns and ammunition they missed the first time, according to Maribeth D’Alauro, who divorced her husband after the incident.
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The NRA official pleaded guilty Oct. 3 to the harassment charge, admitting to Suffolk County Court Judge Toni Bean that he intended to “harass, annoy or alarm” his wife “by subjecting her to physical contact,” a transcript of the proceedings show.