WJACTV.COM :: Man Commits Suicide in Front of State Police Barracks
Police said the man drove a Buick sedan to the barracks around 7:30 a.m., parked it a few spaces from the front door and shot himself.
6 News does not typically report suicides, and state police said they normally do not investigate suicides to this degree. But because the man shot and killed himself right outside of the barracks’ front door, the parking lot is now considered a crime scene.
“Because of its location, the investigation is taking on a little bit of a different meaning than it normally would,” said Trooper Jamie Levier of the Pennsylvania State Police.
Authorities had not released the victim’s name as of noon, and Levier said investigators do not know why the man took his own life or why he chose the DuBois barracks’ parking lot.
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