Man who fired pictures at cigar store dies at Lehigh County Jail

ALLENTOWN, Pa. — A person charged with tried murder in a cigar store taking pictures that led to a standoff with police has died on the Lehigh County jail, based on county officers.

Officers mentioned in a launch the inmate, 37-year-old Adam Zaborowski, was discovered unresponsive in his cell Friday at 6:46 a.m.

Workers instantly started administering CPR and on web site medical personnel assisted with lifesaving efforts. EMS have been known as and took over the scene, the discharge mentioned.

Zaborowski was taken to St. Luke’s Sacred Coronary heart Hospital by ambulance the place he was pronounced lifeless a short while later, based on the discharge.

The Lehigh County District Lawyer’s Workplace and the Lehigh County Coroner’s Workplace are investigating the loss of life.

Zaborowski was arrested and charged in Aug. 2020 for firing pictures 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 following day at his dwelling 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 pled not responsible to the costs 

An post-mortem will likely be scheduled and additional info will likely be launched by the coroner’s workplace.

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