Dad killed while visiting Marist student for Family Weekend identified as Long Island accountant Paul Kutz


The dad who was shot dead by a wanderer slug while visiting his child during Family Weekend at upstate Marist School was a 53-year-old CPA from Long Island.

Paul Kutz, first distinguished by the Poughkeepsie Diary, was killed while remaining inside the hall of a neighborhood Patio Marriott on Sunday morning.

The dad of three was shot in the chest and middle by projectiles discharged during a battle between two vagrants inside the inn.

Two male suspects were remaining at the lodging and were captured at the scene. Both have earlier crook records.

Roy Johnson Jr., 35 — who is blamed for pulling the trigger — was accused of second-degree murder and second-degree criminal ownership of a weapon, as per the Diary.

Johnson had gotten into a contention with lodging laborers and others in the hall when he started shooting, striking Kutz in what a senior policing called “an irregular demonstration,” as per the nearby NBC-television subsidiary.

He supposedly utilized a handgun that was changed with a Glock switch that made it completely programmed and shot multiple dozen shots, the station revealed.

Devin Taylor, 26, was likewise captured on charges of second-degree criminal ownership of a weapon for conveying a stacked rifle with no chronic number, the Diary detailed.

Specialists looked through the lodging the men shared and found materials that could be utilized to make explosives as well as bomb-production manuals.

The Department of Liquor, Tobacco, Guns and Explosives is examining. Specialists accept there is no danger to general society right now.

The suspects had been smoking a PCP-like substance in their room before the shooting, the senior authority told NBC.

Marist School on Monday affirmed the demise of the understudy’s parent.

“The previous morning, specialists made us mindful of the grievous, deadly shooting of a parent of a Marist understudy at a nearby lodging a few miles from grounds,” a Marist representative said in a proclamation got by The Post.