Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Southampton man was reportedly arrested Thursday on the Cross Sound Ferry in Connecticut for threatening to kill a relative in Massachusetts after making a similar threat to someone else on Long Island.Shawn Douglas was charged with carrying a pistol without a permit, breach of peace and marijuana possession, New London Police told The Hartford Courant.The 42-year-old suspect is expected to face additional charges in New York, the newspaper reported.
—– The state police department says Stevens told negotiators he was high on methamphetamine. The New York State Police Department says Stevens stepped outside of the residence and pointed a handgun and rifle at officers. State Police then fired at Stevens, killing him, around 7:45 p.m. Authorities shut down Route 8 between State Highway 20 and Michigan Hollow Road for several hours as police worked at the scene. State Police say when troopers arrived, he was spotted inside the home with a long gun. They say after “several hours” of negotiations, the subject fired his weapon toward troopers. The troopers then returned fire and struck the subject. DEPOSIT (WBNG) — State Police identified the man who was shot and killed by troopers as 34-year-old Clint Stevens of Binghamton. They describe his presence in his parents’ home as a burglary. They say troopers were dispatched to the home on Route 8 around 2 p.m. Authorities say Stevens’ father called dispatchers about the situation despite not being home. The New York State Police Department will hold a news conference at 3 p.m. from its headquarters in Kirkwood. The department says troopers responded to a report of a suicidal man with a weapon around 2 p.m. They say he exited the residence with two “long guns.” One pointed at himself and the other pointed at police. 4:09 P.M. UPDATE: At 7:30 p.m, police say he eventually retreated back into the residence and fired two shots at an armored police vehicle. The New York State Police Department says they have had encounters with Stevens before but they were unaware of his drug use. DEPOSIT (WBNG) — The New York State Police Department says a standoff with troopers on Route 8 in the town of Deposit ended with one death Wednesday night. He then stepped outside the residence, pointed two weapons at police, and was then shot by troopers, authorities say. State Police say troopers shot and killed a man who fired upon units on the scene. He injected himself with “expected methamphetamine” in front of responders, they say. He also made “incoherent statements” and told police he “wanted to be shot.” 12 News will be at the news conference and have live coverage on Facebook. State Police say the residence in which the events occurred belong to Stevens’ parents. Authorities say they are unaware of how Stevens’ father knew he was at the residence. Police say the subject died at the scene.