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Justice Albert Tomei Decided: September 30, 2009 The defendant, William Lattarulo, stands charged with manslaughter in the second degree and reckless endangerment in the second degree. The court conducted an evidentiary hearing on the defendant’s Dunaway/Huntley/Mapp motions to suppress the statements, five oral and one audiotaped, that he made before his arrest and the physical evidence recovered in his garage and home.

At the hearing, Chief Engineer Timothy Lynch of the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB), Investigator Robert Miller of the Department of Buildings Special Investigative Unit (BSIU), Inspector General Michael Carroll and Assistant Inspector General Byron Biggerstaff, both of the Department of Investigation (DOI), testified for the People. The defense called no witnesses. The court finds the People’s witnesses to be credible, and makes the following findings of fact and conclusions of law:

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