Three arrested for Auburn store fight, including owner
July 21, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.
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The Auburn Police Department has arrested three people in connection with a fight at downtown convenience store All-American Mart in May, including the owner of the store, which has since
The Auburn Police Department has arrested three people in connection with a fight at downtown convenience store All-American Mart in May, including the owner of the store, which has since closed. Zachary Pelosi-Dahl, 29, of Camillus, who opened the store in June 2020, was arrested over the past week along with Charles Williams Jr. , 44, of Auburn, and Camille A.
While searching the All-American Mart, police located metal knuckle knives for sale and more than 10,000 untaxed cigarettes. The fight and subsequent search of the store led police to charge Pelosi-Dahl with three counts of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, one count of second-degree criminal mischief and one count of possession of 10,000 or more unstamped cigarettes, all felonies.
'An absolute nuisance'The fight was the culmination of what neighboring businesses say was an undesirable atmosphere at All-American Mart since Pelosi-Dahl opened the store last summer.
Joseph Catalfano, who owns the building that contains the 31 Loop Road space as well as upstairs business Quality Rental Purchase and Sales, told The Citizen on July 7 that he and Pelosi-Dahl came to a "mutual decision" shortly after the fight that the All-American Mart should close due to "the groups of people who were hanging around, or coming quickly and leaving," he said. "We don't like to have that element around the building," he said.