Armed gunman domestic assault

Two hours before Long Island gunman Jason Beller strapped a rifle to his chest, filled his pick-up truck with armed weapons and opened fired on a voluntary fireman, police were called to his Commack Home to investigate a domestic assault case.

COMMACK – Two hours before Long Island gunman Jason Beller strapped a rifle to his chest, filled his pick-up truck with armed weapons and opened fired on a voluntary fireman, police were called to his Commack Home to investigate a domestic assault case.

Beller’s wife, Danielle, phoned Suffolk cops at 7:55 p.m. on Tuesday claiming that her husband had assaulted her. Cops eventually tracked Danielle down at a friend’s house where she fled with her baby.