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Man found dead in Barrington

BARRINGTON--According to Yates County Sheriff Ron Spike, sheriff's deputies received an order to execute a supreme court arrest warrant Monday, Oct. 29 for failure to comply with psychiatric treatment. The warrant was issued by Judge Richard Rich of Chemung County from an indictment in Chemung County Court. The individual failed to appear in court.
The man had firearms and was barricaded in his residence on Bossard Road in the town Barrington. The Yates County Sheriff's Department requested mutual aid from the Ontario County Sheriff's Office (OCSO) Emergency Response Team and the FBI. OCSO deputies were sworn in as emergency deputies for Yates County.
A Yates County sheriff's investigator negotiated for the man's peaceful surrender for hours on the phone beginning at 7 a.m. Monday, Oct. 29, to no avail. A command post was established at the Six Corners area near the county line. The barricaded door had to be forcibly breached by the ERT with special FBI equipment. While ERT members were searching the main floor of the house with assistance of a robot at approximately 2:30 p.m., it appeared the man had started a rigged gasoline fire that spread rapidly, driving the ERT members out of the house.
The Dundee Fire Department with mutual aid from Himrod and Tyrone responded, and extinguished the fire while being guarded by ERT deputies.
At 4:15 p.m., the ERT discovered a dead body (male) with a gun in his hands in a bedroom. Preliminary investigation revealed an apparent self-inflicted gunshot injury. Yates County Coroner Brian Champlain responded, and the body was ordered transported to the Monroe County Medical Examiner for autopsy to determine cause of death. The name of the deceased is not being released at this time due to identification and notification of relatives.
The Yates County Fire Investigation Team and the Dundee Fire Department will determine the cause of the fire.





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