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Suspect in Tioga County Trooper Shooting Dead After 14-Hour Standoff

NELSON TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- State police have confirmed the man who shot a state trooper is dead after a standoff in Tioga County.

Police were sent to a home in Nelson Township, near the New York state line on Tuesday.

When police entered the home, they say the person inside started shooting.

Authorities say the standoff lasted 14 hours before the suspect was shot and killed.

Troopers identified the suspect as Delos Lowe, 68, of Elkland, Tioga County.

The trooper who was shot is expected to be OK.

5 comments

  • Bob Stevens

    Guy was in his 70s with PTSD and hard of hearing… congratz to all those proud that he got killed…
    This is a classic example of feeling like people were “coming to get you”… even if in marked vic and uniform… damn near the exact example we used in the de-escalation training.

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