The suspect was shot after driving on foot to New York soldiers

State police said a suspect was shot dead after trying to crash into a soldier with his vehicle following a traffic accident on Saturday.

New York State police say they patrolled State Road 12 in Boonville, which headed north around 1:00 a.m. Jan. 15, 2022, when they saw a van going “high speed” south. Soldiers said the operator of the van was driving recklessly. They say they turned back on Highway 12 to catch up with the truck and pull over the vehicle. It is said that when they caught up with the van, “the driver refused to stop and headed south on (Route 12).

Photos of State Route 12 and Plank Road in Trenton, New York: Google Maps 2022

Photos of State Route 12 and Plank Road in Trenton, New York: Google Maps 2022

As the soldiers drove in front of the vehicle, the driver allegedly collided with a passenger in the patrol vehicle and went into a parking lot on the south side of the road, north of Plank Road in Trenton State, New York. The soldiers’ vehicle was marked. The situation seems to have escalated. Police say, “When the soldiers got out of their patrol vehicle, the driver ignored the verbal instructions and drove the truck in the direction of the soldiers, who then released their side weapon issued by the division. The suspect then drove south on Rt 12 and stopped about a mile south and surrendered without further incident.

Scene photo 15/15/2022 Photo source: New York State Police

Scene photo 15/15/2022 Photo source: New York State Police

The suspect was taken to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, where a single gunshot wound was inflicted on his forearm. He was released into custody by the New York State Police, who said the indictment was pending.

The NYSP was assisted on the spot by the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office and the Barneveld Fire Department.

Further investigation is expected, as required by law, in cases where an officer fires a firearm and causes injury.

The identity of the suspect in the case has not yet been made public.

[AUTHOR’S NOTE:   This post is for informational purposes and is based largely on information received from New York State Police.  The suspect in this case has not been charged but charges are expected.  Once charges are made the reader is reminded that all arrested persons are innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.]

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