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Wife And Mother of Two Loses Husband And Home Following Police Raid

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Reported by Nigel Boys

Auto mechanic P was so frightened of going back to prison that he barricaded himself in his home surrounded by weapons to avoid arrest, according to reports.

The 36-year-old father of two had apparently been traveling to Pennsylvania to load up on guns and ammunition in preparation for when deputies came to arrest him for failure to appear in court on a DUI charge, according to Tomkins County Sheriff Ken Lansing. The sheriff says that deputies discovered Cady was inside the house but refused to come out when they came to his residence in Danby, New York on Dec. 30 to serve an arrest warrant at around 7 p.m.

Lansing went on to say that Cady fired a shot, which made authorities decide they would have to take other measures to enter his house in order to protect him and other members of the community. Cady’s wife, Melissa, and their two children were removed from the home after he refused to surrender to a bench warrant issued in Tompkins County Court over the summer.

However, the authorities decided that to bring a peaceful end to the ordeal, they would need the help of over 100 law enforcement and emergency personnel from over a dozen different agencies. Although Lansing insists that they didn’t fire a single shot and only used tear gas to try and force Cady out of the house, a video uploaded to YouTube on Jan. 6 shows that the house looks like it was hit by a tornado.

After a more than 60 hour standoff with authorities, Cady was found dead on Jan. 2 at around 8 a.m. He had reportedly died from a self inflicted gunshot wound.

The video shows that not one wall of the house remained intact after the authorities gained entry. Some of the walls were completely gone from the house, while others contained huge gaps. Pieces of wood and shards of broken glass covered the yard and every room in the house was open to the elements.

Cady’s wife and children are now left homeless with almost nothing to help them begin picking up the pieces of their life, according to Danby Federated Church pastor Ed Enstine. He added that Melissa Cady has very little money with which to start rebuilding. Enstine’s church is planning a chicken and biscuit dinner to receive donations for the family and have already given her a small amount of cash to assist her in getting by for a short time.