In a press release issued this afternoon, Sramaty identified the men as 62-year-old Richard Quattrone and 56-year-old Kamran Ahmadimarandi, both of 200 Compass Avenue.
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Beachwood Police Officers responded to the residence, and upon entering the residence, were met by Fatemeh Quattrone, Quattorne's wife, and Ahmadirmarandi's sister.
The officers subsequently located the bodies of both Quattrone and Ahmadimarandi in a bedroom of the residence.
"The investigation up to this point has revealed that just prior to the shooting Mr. and Ms. Quattrone were having a verbal domestic incident which Mr. Ahmadimarandi was present for. Mr. Quattrone along with Mr. Ahmadimarandi subsequently entered a bedroom at which time Mr. Ahmadimarandi retrieved a 9mm handgun and shot Mr. Quattrone two times subsequently killing him. The investigation has revealed that after shooting Mr. Quattrone, Mr. Ahmadimarandi contacted 911 and than turned the gun on himself," according to the statement. "Both Mr. Quattrone and Mr. Ahmadimarandi were located in the same bedroom. Detectives investigating the incident located the 9mm handgun used in the shootings in close proximity to Mr. Ahmadimarandi."
Officials with the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office, Ocean County Sheriff’s Department Criminal Investigations Unit (CIU), and Beachwood Police are on scene investigating.
Autopsies are scheduled for later today.