Man sought in Upstate New York Shootings is killed on March 14, 2013. According to the New York Times, A man suspected of shooting six people, killing four of them, in upstate New York before firing at the police and barricading himself in a building was killed early Thursday when the police stormed the place where he was hiding.
Jack L. Keller, a State Police trooper, said that no officers were hurt in the operation, but that a police dog was injured. The Federal Bureau of Investigation assisted in the raid.
The first sign of trouble came shortly after 9 a.m. on Wednesday when a fire sent acrid smoke billowing above the village of Mohawk. Enjoy reading the entire New York Times article
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