West Goshen Man Attempts to Visit Sandy Hook Shooter's Home
West Goshen resident Jonathan Lee Riches traveled to Newtown, Conn., to try to visit the home of Sandy Hook Elementary shooter Adam Lanza.
According to the Daily Local, West Goshen resident Jonathan Lee Riches is being held by authorities after violating his parole when he tried to visit the home of Sandy Hook Elementary shooter Adam Lanza.
According to the Daily Local:
Jonathan Lee Riches, 35, of West Goshen, spent the last decade in federal prison for wire fraud and related offenses. He returned home earlier this year on supervised release and re-entered the local probation system to address violations predating his federal incarceration, according to officials familiar with his case.
On Dec. 17 Riches posted a video on YouTube depicting his trip to Newtown, three days after the shooting that left 20 first graders and six staff members dead at the Sandy Hook Elementary School. In the video, Riches is seen attempting to reach the home of gunman Adam Lanza, but is prevented by a police blockade. The video also shows Riches speaking to dolls with the faces of Adam Lanza, and his brother Ryan, attached. Early in the video Riches refers to the dolls as his friends, Ryan and Adam Lanza.
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