Deputies: 22 guns taken from home where woman allegedly killed husband

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (WAVY) – Court documents obtained by 10 On Your Side reveal new details about what was taken from a York County home where deputies say a woman shot and killed her husband.

At 3 p.m. on September 25 deputies said 32-year-old Lynn Fogarty called dispatch saying, “her husband was after her” and she shot him in the chest. It happened at their Burgundy Road home.

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Although none of them wanted to talk on camera, all of the neighbors 10 On Your Side’s Brandi Cummings spoke to Wednesday said they didn’t really know the couple well.

Photo Credit: York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office
Photo: York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office

One neighbor said Fogarty was outside minutes before the shooting. The neighbor described her as pale and tense.

Court documents show a detective wrote that he smelled alcohol on Fogarty and observed multiple empty alcohol bottles at the home the day of the shooting.

According to court records, 22 guns, ammo and three cell phones were taken from the home, although it’s not clear which gun may have been used in the crime.

York County deputies said this is a domestic situation.

Fogarty is facing a second-degree murder charge. She was scheduled for a bond hearing Tuesday, but it was postponed until October 13.

A neighbor told 10 On Your Side Fogarty and Giancarlo Di Fazio had been married for about a year.

10 On Your Side has learned Di Fazio graduated in 2006 with a degree in chemical engineering from Virginia Commonwealth University.

WAVY News has also learned Fogarty graduated in 2006 with an accounting degree from the University of Notre Dame.