4:17 p.m.

FARMINGTON — The officer involved in the shooting of a 28-year-old Farmington man this morning was Ryan Rosie, who was on duty at the time, said Brenda Kielty, spokeswoman for Attorney General William Schneider.

Kielty said that several rounds were fired. She said that the man who was shot, Justin Crowley-Smilek, was armed with a large knife.

An autopsy is scheduled for Monday, she said.


FARMINGTON — A police officer shot and killed a 28-year-old man this morning on Farmington Falls Road right outside the police station.

The incident took place at 11:04 a.m., according to a Farmington police dispatcher who declined to release further details.

According to the Sun Journal in Lewiston, Farmington Police Chief Jack Peck said Justin Crowley-Smilek, 28, of Farmington, came to the police department and used a phone outside of the building to call for help.

When an officer came out to see him, Crowley-Smilek “went after the officer in a threatening manner” and the officer shot him, Peck said.

The Farmington dispatcher said the Attorney General’s Office will investigate the case, and referred all questions to that office.

A spokeswoman for the Attorney General’s Office, however, didn’t immediately return a message.