(WBNG) -- The Broome County Sheriff's Office has identified the suspect that was shot as 45-year-old Jaime I. Crowley.
The sheriff's office said Crowley surrendered himself to authorities after he was released from the hospital.
Crowley was charged with the following:
- Aggravated possession of a weapon, class C felony
- Three counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree (assault weapon), class D felony
- Two counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree (large-capacity magazines), class D felonies
- Two counts of menacing a police officer, class D felonies
- Reckless endangerment, a class A misdemeanor
- Criminal possession of a weapon in the fourth degree, class A misdemeanor
On July 2 around 11:15 p.m., the sheriff's office responded to a report of shots being fired at a car making a K-turn at a residence on Cascade Valley Road.
The sheriff's office said when deputies arrived at the location, Crowley was pointing a handgun at officers. They said they demanded Crowley drop the weapon multiple times before they fired at him. Crowley fired one round back, they said, before he was shot in the shoulder.
Authorities say they administered first aid and requested an ambulance for Crowley.
The sheriff's office said a search warrant at Crowley's residence uncovered multiple weapons.
They said Crowley was remanded to the Broome County Correctional Facility.
(WBNG) -- The Broome County Sheriff's Office will hold a news conference Wednesday at 11 a.m. about a deputy-involved shooting that took place early in the morning on July 3 in the Town of Windsor.
The news conference will be streamed on the 12 News website. You can watch by clicking here.
The sheriff's office said a man who was armed with a handgun was injured after an exchange of gunfire with deputies on Cascade Valley Road.
No officers were injured in the gunfire exchange.
This is a developing story. Stay with 12 News for more information.