On July 2, Trooper Nicholas F. Clark was shot and killed by Steven M. Kiley.
An autopsy was released Friday on the state trooper that was killed while responding to a call in Steuben County.
On July 2, Trooper Nicholas F. Clark was shot and killed by Steven M. Kiley after responding to reports of a suicidal man barricaded inside a home on Welch Road in the Town of Erwin.
The autopsy was conducted at Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton.
It determined that Trooper Clark died as a result of being struck with buckshot from a 12-gauge shotgun.
Another autopsy was conducted for suspect Steven Kiley. It was determined that he died as a result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. He also sustained a gunshot wound from law enforcement to his chest.
During the investigation, state police recovered 12 illegal firearms owned by Kiley.
The firearms found included eight assault rifles, one rifle and three handguns. Two silencers and numerous high capacity magazines were also recovered.
Funeral services for Trooper Nicholas Clark will be held on Sunday, July 8 at 11 a.m. at Alfred University.