An hours long standoff in Hamlin came to an end overnight, leaving one person in guarded condition at Strong Memorial Hospital.
Deputies say it all started with a fight between two neighbors around 1 p.m. Sunday on Curtisdale Lane — in the Huntington Park track off of Roosevelt Highway.
During that fight they say one man stabbed the other in the chest with a knife before barricading himself inside his house with several guns.
The stabbing victim, 36-year old Adam Burley, is now listed in satisfactory condition at Strong Memorial Hospital.
Deputies say they put in place an optional evacuation for homes nearby as a hostage negotiator and SWAT attempted to get the suspect out of the house.
Investigators say they were in communication with the suspect through the afternoon and all evening until he ended up taking his own life.
Police say since the scene was cleared early Monday morning, Brockport school bus routes will go on as normal.
Sheriff Todd Baxter (D) took to twitter in the early hours of Monday morning to thank first responders for their assistance, saying in part:
"This is an unfortunate incident for all involved. I thank the patrol deputies, negotiators, swat team, EMTs, OEM, ECD & so many more for their professionalism."