Police seeking help locating suspect of Ticonderoga homicide

Michael LaRock Michael LaRock | Photo: Post Star .

December 16, 2018 01:07 PM

TICONDEROGA-- Police are asking for the public's help locating a man who is wanted for questioning in connection with the killing of a Ticonderoga man, our media partners at the Post Star report. 

Police say Michael E. LaRock, 38, of Ticonderoga, is said to have fled the area after 37-year-old William T. Brown was killed. LaRock is said to be armed and dangerous. 

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It hasn't yet been determined how Brown was killed but after an autopsy, his death was ruled a homicide.

35-year-old Joshua W. Smith and 63-year-old Donald C. LaRock were both charged in connection with putting Brown's body in the river, but are not accused of killing him. 

According to Police, LaRock was last seen around 3:30 pm Friday on Route 37 near the Canadian border. He was wearing dark blue jeans and a red shirt. 

State Police say LaRock is a convicted felon arrested in the past for possessions of weapons, narcotics, stolen property, burglary, assault and driving while intoxicated. 

Anyone with more information is urged to call the Ticonderoga Police Department at (518)-585-3204. 


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