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CHESTNUTHILL TWP., Pa.- A man from Allentown accused of evidence tampering in a triple shooting in Monroe County that left two people dead was an unregistered sex offender, state police said in a news release.

Eric Gulley, 41, is facing charges for illegal possession of a firearm and evidence tampering. Gulley was a sex offender out of Essex County, New Jersey, but was living in Allentown, state police said.

Gulley did not register as a sex offender with Pennsylvania State Police, according to the release.

Two people died and one person was critically injured in the triple shooting at a home on Silver Maple Road on Dec.4. Dylan Beinert, 22, died at the scene, and Khalil Durante, 23, died Saturday, three days after the shooting. Durante's father, Walter Howard Durante, was critically injured.

Four other people have been arrested in the triple shooting and face multiple charges, including homicide.

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