Authorities still seek third suspect in arson that killed Warren teen
Warren Police are still looking for the third suspect in an arson fire that claimed the life of a teenager.
Zackary William Gurd, 23, is charged in connection with the death of 16-year-old Chassidy Broadstone at her family's Nevada Avenue home on January 19.
On Wednesday, police arrested 27-year-old Patricia Zarlingo and 28-year-old Brendan Daviduk.
All three are charged with aggravated murder in a 60-page complaint.
According to the police affidavit, surveillance footage from the home showed a GMC, possibly a Yukon XL, turn onto Ward Street NW from Nevada Avenue NW around 1:37 am on the night of the fire.
Two suspects are observed from the footage in the garage at the house, the seen in a door that leads inside to the home.
A suspects reportedly seen wearing gloves and a mask removes a TV from the home, while another suspect whose face was captured by the camera was alledged to have been carrying a gas can and wearing a hooded sweatshirt. The suspect was seen carrying what was believed to be a gaming console.
At 1:41 am, the suspect with the TV was seen leaving the house while the second suspect stayed inside the garage.
At 1:42 am, a subject approaches the GMC carrying what appeared to be a TV. Flames are observed inside the residence, and the suspect is thrown against the wall in what was believed to be a backdraft from the fire.
Police were notified by a friend of the suspects that Zarlingo owned a Yukon matching the description and image released by police resembled Zackardy Gurd, friend of Zarlingo. Both suspects lived at a home in the 100 block of Manchester Avenue in the city.
Police were able to obtain the cell numbers of the suspects, and obtain a warrant for the cell information for the suspects which allegedly shows the suspect Zarlingo cell traveling towards Nevada Avenue, but Daviduk's on the night o f the fire was last pinged in the area of State Route 711 and State Route 11.
The suspect was seen heading back towards Nevada Avenue and then returns and enters the passenger side door of the vehicle and leaves.
Rose Richards, the mother of Broadstone, and her fiance James Stein, provided Warren police with video captured by cameras inside the home.
The court affidavit states that an informant told police the three suspects allegedly went to the Nevada home "to piss off" James Stein, the boyfriend of Bradstone's mother, who has a child with Zarlingo.
No bond was set on the suspects Thursday as the suspects were alleged to have been loading a moving van at the time of their arrest.
This is not the first time the two Zarlingo and Daviduk have been arrested on criminal charges.
Warren Police arrested the pair for an alleged robbery in 2015. Both were convicted of petty theft after a Liberty woman claims they conned her out of $900 when they sold her a carf.
The woman claimed the two pushed her out of their home, refusing to return her money.
The two were given suspended jail sentences. ordered to pay restitution, and placed on probation for two years.
Daviduk’s criminal past goes back further.
In 2013 a judge in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court sentenced Daviduk to four years in prison following his conviction on charges of burglary filed by Boardman Police and carrying a concealed a weapon filed by Struthers Police.
In 2012, a judge in Struthers Municipal Court placed Daviduk on probation for a year after being convicted on misdemeanor counts of drug abuse and theft.
According to Mahoning County Probate Court records, Daviduk and Zarlingo applied for a marriage license in 2021, but never returned the application to the court.