David Joseph Dalesandro was arrested after using a Nintendo Duck Hunt pistol during a robbery in South Carolina. Reports say the suspect showed the fake gun to a clerk and demanded around $300.On May 30, a person wearing a sweatshirt, hoodie, wig, and mask allegedly walked into Kwik Stop. This was a convenience store in Sharon, a small town in northwestern South Carolina. Reports say the person held up the store using a black spray-painted Nintendo Duck Hunt gaming pistol.
According to Williams, the person allegedly showed a clerk the Nintendo Duck Hunt gaming pistol in his waistband and demanded around $300 from the cash register. In the end, the sheriff’s deputies found the suspect in a nearby parking lot of the Dollar General store. Reportedly, he was armed with the fake gun in his pants.
Suspect Used Nintendo Duck Hunt Pistol
According to Moore, the suspect was eventually identified as David Joseph Dalesandro, 25, and was arrested. Furthermore, Dalesandro reportedly faced charges of armed robbery with a deadly weapon and petty larceny. To date, he is still behind bars with no bond. It is also not yet determined whether he will be represented by a lawyer.