UNADILLA, N.Y. - New York State Police have released the name of the trooper involved with the Unadilla office - involved shooting.
The Trooper who fired his firearm in Wednesday’s officer-involved shooting in Unadilla is identified as Trooper Justin Miller.
New York State Police and the New York State Attorney General's Office are investigating the shooting Wednesday night that left a suspect dead.
State Police were called to a report of a domestic dispute shortly after 7 p.m. at a home on Lyons Street in Unadilla.
According to State Police, the responding trooper was confronted by 24-year-old Mark A. Beilby, who was armed with a knife inside the home. Beilby did not comply with the trooper’s repeated commands to drop the knife and advanced at the trooper. The trooper discharged his issued firearm, striking Beilby.
Beilby was transported to Tri-Town Hospital, then transferred to Wilson Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.
This developing story will be updated as more details are released.