Retired NYPD detective shoots two sons then kills himself at Long Island home

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    A retired NYPD detective shot his two adult sons before killing himself during a party in their Long Island home, police said Monday.

    Irvin Noak, 61, was arguing with relatives at his Foxglove Circle home in Bellport when his two sons intervened at about 11:10 p.m. Sunday, Suffolk County police said.

    Noak then grabbed a handgun from his bedroom, came back and shot his sons Irvin Noak III, 30, and Aaron Noak, 22. He then turned the gun on himself, police said.

    Emergency responders rushed all three men to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital. The victims were listed in critical condition but the former detective could not be saved, police said.

    It was not clear what sparked the initial argument.

    Neighbors were baffled by the incident, describing the family’s patriarch as a good man.

    “There was never a fight in that house. The real question here is, What went wrong?” said a man who lives across from the Noaks. “The father was the nicest, kindest guy.”

    Another neighbor said she heard screaming and arguing but didn’t realize it was due to a fatal shooting.

    Macabre remnants from the tragic house party remained the next day. Drops of dried blood were seen outside the home as discarded bottles of beer bottles, coolers and empty lawn chairs sat in the backyard.

    Noak joined the NYPD in 1982 and retired in 2009 after 27 years of service, police said.

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