police: pa. suspect wanted guns to overthrow gov\'t
A prison guard accused of shooting dead a lawyer within gun range, told police he found the man dead and stole his rifle so it could be shot byS.
Court records show the government.
Camp Hill state prison guard Raymond Franklin Pique III won\'t name the group, but he said an AR-who was accused of helping him steal lawyer Todd Gegan-
15 he is also a member of the affidavit for possible reasons. \"Peake told (investigators)
\"He will kill people to defend his country, and he is stealing weapons to defend his country,\" writes Timothy Lively, a police detective in North Middleton town . \".
Lively said Monday that Peake denied killing 42-year-old Getgen while talking to detectives.
He said that he did not know the identity of the-
But he thinks gun theft is a motive for killing people.
Pique, 64, was charged with murder, robbery and other crimes on Saturday after he died at a shooting range near Carlisle, an autonomous city with about 18,000 residents.
Another 34-year-old guard, Thomas Franklin touso, faces charges including theft and conspiracy.
Pique in mechanical Fort is held in a place where there is no bond.
Duncannon\'s Tuso was released after the bond was issued.
Court officials said neither of them had a lawyer\'s file or a family phone number listed.
A spokeswoman for the State Department\'s Department of Corrections said the two were suspended on Friday.
Peake\'s affidavit of arrest says a witness in the state
The day before Getgen was shot, I saw a man driving a car with a Penn license plate that said, \"battle is injured, apparently, one of the military cards of the Purple Heart recipient, the bottom says \"veterans who are wounded in the battle \".
The computer search shows that the license plate closest to Peake is like this.
\"I would say this is very critical to solving this problem,\" Lively said . \".
Police said they secretly followed Peake a week after he was killed on July 21 because he bought a 14-
Safe gun from sporting goods store and drive it to a self
They said they also followed him to the apartment rented by Tasso, where he came in with an empty big bag that seemed to be full when he went out.
After searching the storage unit, police said they had recovered the gun of Getgen with. 308-
Remington 700 was stolen from another man at the shooting range on May 21.
The third gun they found was bought by Pique.
The affidavit said that Pique told the detective that he took the gun of Getgen to the House of Tasso for storage and told Tasso that it belonged to a person who was killed at the shooting range.
The affidavit of arrest accompanying the criminal charges against Tuso said he told the detective that he did not know the guns.
Three search warrants were executed as part of the investigation, but Lively said they were sealed up by a judge for 60 days.