Richard Quattrone, 62 and Kamran Ahmadimarandi, 56, both of 200 Compass Avenue, were shot and killed, according to Capt. Jack Sramaty of the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office.
Police responded to a 9:23 p.m. 911 call where a male reported a shooting at the residence, Sramaty said. When police arrived, Fatemeh Quattrone, 57, answered the door and officers discovered the bodies of the two men.
Fatemeh Quattrone was ultimately identified as the wife of Richard Quattrone and the brother of Ahmadimarandi.
"The investigation up
to this point has revealed that just prior to the shooting Mr. and
Ms. Quattrone were having a verbal domestic incident which Mr.
Ahmadimarandi was present for," said Sramaty.
As the argument drew on, Sramaty said, Ahmadimarandi and Quattrone both went into a bedroom. Eventually, Ahmadimarandi drew a 9 mm handgun, fatally shooting Quattrone two times, Sramaty said.
Ahmadimarandi then called 911, then turned the gun on himself, Sramaty said.
"Both Mr. Quattrone and Mr. Ahmadimarandi were located in the same bedroom," Sramaty said in a prepared statement. "Detectives investigating the incident located the 9mm handgun used in the shootings in close proximity to Mr. Ahmadimarandi."
Autopsies on both men are scheduled for today, authorities said. The investigation is continuing.