Two Florida Men DEAD Over Imaginary Love Triangle
He just wanted to protect his woman
Murder For Love
Brian DiSario was a 30-year-old man who had been living with his mother for about two years before the incident. Around that time, he also started collecting guns and ammunition. DiSario acquired such a sizable arsenal that it started to worry his mother, but unfortunately she didn’t ask him to leave the house or get rid of the guns. She also noticed that he had stopped seeing a metal health specialist and taking his medication for schizophrenia in the beginning of 2017.
On Thursday, October 12, Brian emerged from inside the home as his mother, her boyfriend Robert, and their friend David Armstrong were hanging out in the garage. He was carrying one of his many guns. “You’re messing with my girlfriend,” he announced to 56-year-old Armstrong. He then pulled out a gun and shot David.
While David lay bleeding on the garage floor, Brian went back inside. He wasn’t done yet, though. He came back, this time with a large Core 15 CVX AR-15 rifle which he used shoot David again. This time, the victim was fatally wounded.
He’s Got a Gun
Brian’s mother and her boyfriend fled to a neighbor’s house to call 911. She told the dispatcher, “I need an ambulance and the police right now. Someone’s been shot. My son shot someone. Please get officers here now; he’s got a loaded gun.”
She informed them that he was schizophrenic, but the responding officers were only concerned about getting the armed man off the streets before he got too close to the nearby elementary school which was already in and active shooter lockdown. A witness later said that he pointed his rifle at the school.
Deputy Nick Carmack and one other officer were the first ones on the scene. They came upon Brian in the middle of the street with the assault rifle, still in a violent rage. Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco explained the scene:
“I’ll tell you how horrific this is. They’re in the middle of the street. The suspect’s out there with a long gun. At the time, he had it pointed down. The deputies challenge him and say, ‘Sheriff’s Office…’ As they’re saying, ‘Sheriff’s Office,’ he raises the gun at the deputies and starts firing rounds at the deputies in the middle of the street in close proximity to the school. There was a gun battle out in the street.”
Brian eventually went back into his house, and the police were able to set up a perimeter. At some point, Brian took his own life with a gunshot. After the scene was secured and the coroner was called out to deal with two bodies, the police set about getting an answer about this killer. When the officers began interviewing Brian’s family and neighbors about what happened, they realized this wasn’t a typical crime of passion.
Sheriff Nocco said, “Brian DeSario believed that the mom’s friend was trying to pick up and hit on Brian’s girlfriend. Please note: Brian does not have a girlfriend. In his mind, he did. But in reality, he didn’t.” Brian fully believed that David was “messing with” his lady love, even though no one else could see her.
Brian’s mother knew that he was schizophrenic and unmedicated. She was also aware of his gun collection. The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office is working with the ATC to figure out if his guns were legally obtained. Sheriff Nocco continued, “Addiction and mental health, they are health care issues. We always get called in, because we’re the ones that have to solve the problems. Unfortunately, there is nothing that we as a Sheriff’s Office [can do] to stop him from having his guns.”
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