Investigation reveals fight at Auburn All-American Mart involved tasers, knives, batons

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AUBURN, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — A police investigation in Auburn has revealed that a fight at the All-American Mart involved weapons including pepper spray, tasers, knives, and batons.

Police say the fight on May 19 happened after a group of people confronted the store owner, Zachary Pelosi-Dahl about an issue involving a separate person. 

The confrontation was initially verbal, then escalated to be physical between Pelosi-Dahl, and Charles Williams, according to police.

Police say during the fight, Pelosi-Dahl suffered a cut to the head and Williams suffered a stab wound. Afterwards, Pelosi-Dahl damaged a vehicle in the parking lot, according to police. 

During the investigation, police discovered metal knuckle knives and 10,000 untaxed cigarettes. One of the people who had confronted Pelosi-Dahl, Camille Racona, was found with a stolen vehicle. 

Arrest warrants were issued, and all three people were arrested. Charges are as follows.

Pelosi-Dahl:

  • Criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree
  • Criminal mischief in the second degree
  • Possession of unstamped cigarettes. 

Williams:

  • Assault in the second degree
  • Criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree 
  • Conspiracy in the fifth degree

Racona:

  • Grand larceny in the fourth degree

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