Just one month after the FBI announced it would reopen the case of a former Lockport police officer who was a suspect in his own shooting back in 1993, that officer has died.
Steven Biles died on Saturday at his home in Florida from natural causes.
The 59 year-old was considered a suspect in his own shooting back in 1993, which led to the death of a Niagara County sheriff's deputy.
Biles had sent out a call for help after he said he was shot by someone in a nearby car.
When deputy Jeffrey Incardona raced to assist him he lost control of his patrol car and died in a fiery crash.
Lockport's current police chief was then a leuitenant on patrol. He spoke with us last month and said he remembers it all very well.
Biles did give police sketch artists a description of the suspect, and a car which was found, but other parts of his story didn't square up.