The Monroe County Sheriff's Office has made a second arrest in the burglary of a Parma gun shop last week.
They say Marcos Guzman allegedly worked together with the first suspect, Dakota Sarfaty, to break into Chinappi's Gun Shop on Thursday. Guzman has been arraigned on charges including burglary and grand larceny. He was out on parole for a prior robbery conviction.
The gun shop was hit twice in five days and between 40 and 50 weapons were stolen. The sheriff's office got a court order Friday closing the business down because of its poor security, and they removed the remaining guns and ammo to a secure facility.