Those Involved In Fatal Shooting Of Teen Named, What The "Gun" Looked like.

Syracuse, N.Y. - Onondaga County Sheriffs have released the names of the officers involved in the fatal shooting of a Jamesville teen last week.

17-year-old Judson Albahm from the Town of DeWitt died after he allegedly pointing what looked like a handgun toward the officers.

State Police, Trooper Corey Fike, Onondaga County Sheriffs Sergeant Amy Bollinger, Town of DeWitt Police Investigators Lucas Byron, and Matthew Menard opened fire, killing the teen.

The officers have responded to help with a mental health call. The teen had left his home and was later found by police.

That's when he allegedly pointed the weapon at the officers, prompting them to open fire. The boy was pronounced dead at the scene.

The photo is a stock photo of the Glock G19 CO2 Action Pistol Handgun, which Albahm was armed with and pointed at officers.

(Photo courtesy of Onondaga County Sheriffs)

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