What happened to the people charged in the bizarre home invasion on the Fourth of July?

What happened? The Fourth of July, a lawyer for a top executive at Rittenhouse Square’s First Team Real Estate wrote a blog post asking police to drop charges for unregistered shotguns and rifles that…

What happened to the people charged in the bizarre home invasion on the Fourth of July?

What happened?

The Fourth of July, a lawyer for a top executive at Rittenhouse Square’s First Team Real Estate wrote a blog post asking police to drop charges for unregistered shotguns and rifles that had been found in the estate. The legal defense house, which owns the 28-story tower where the veteran shot to fame after a brutal beating, wouldn’t have been party to the permits or applications, making charging them the work of a private investigator. In another blog post last month, the landlord said that a now-defunct company that worked for him “inadvertently, unfortunately, had registered weapons on his properties without notifying him,” and he blamed a former staffer for the mistake. The judge told the Delaware home invasion trial judge to drop all charges except a weapons charge against Rittenhouse Square President Daniel Squitieri, who faces a trial next month on charges that he took part in a violent 2012 home invasion in the posh section of Washington. Police had apparently connected the tenants to a group of robbers who burglarized homes in the area, but they haven’t charged anyone with shooting him.

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