Coroner releases reason for dying for man accused in cigar retailer capturing that died at Lehigh County Jail

ALLENTOWN, Pa. – The Lehigh County Coroner’s Workplace mentioned Tuesday the style of dying for a person accused in a cigar store capturing was suicide.

Adam Zaborowski, 37, was pronounced useless on Friday after he had been discovered unresponsive in his cell on the Lehigh County Jail.

After performing an post-mortem Monday, the coroner’s workplace decided that Zaborowski had dedicated suicide. Along with the coroner’s workplace, the dying is being investigated by the Lehigh County District Lawyer’s Workplace.

Zaborowski was arrested and charged in Aug. 2020 for firing photographs at a Cigar Worldwide in Bethlehem Township after refusing to put on a masks inside. He fled the scene and led police on a manhunt.

He was positioned by officers the subsequent day at his residence in Lehigh County. A standoff with police ensued earlier than Zaborowski was shot by officers. He was taken to an space hospital, handled and booked into the Lehigh County Jail.

A Slatington Borough Police officer additionally sustained minor accidents within the shootout.

Zaborowski was charged with tried murder, aggravated assault, theft, and reckless endangerment in relation to that incident.

At a preliminary listening to in October 2020, Zaborowski pleaded not responsible to the costs.

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