Dakota Sarfaty, Marcos Guzman, and Luis Marcano-Agosto allegedly burglarized Chinappi's Gun Shop.
Three men are facing federal gun theft charges after they allegedly stole dozens of guns from a Parma gun shop last month.
According to the criminal complaint, Dakota Sarfaty, Marcos Guzman, and Luis Marcano-Agosto burglarized Chinappi's Gun Shop on West Ridge Road near Rt. 259.
The burglaries took place on Aug. 12 and 16, according to federal paperwork. During the latest burglary, the covering Sarfaty had on his face fell, revealing his identity.
Sarfaty and Guzman had previously been charged with burglary, criminal mischief, and grand larceny – all felonies – for allegedly stealing 40 guns from the gun shop.
In the last 7 years, Chinappi's has been broken into 7 times, and deputies say thieves have made off with 82 guns. Due to the number of burglaries, the Monroe County Sheriff's Office removed all firearms from the store for safekeeping and the shop is temporarily closed.
The three men are due in federal court Thursday morning at 9:30 a.m.