Autopsy confirms stabbing death of man killed at Taberg American Legion

The Sheriff's Office is looking for Frank A. Aiello for questioning

The autopsy of a Joseph M. Andrewski, who died after being stabbed in Taberg earlier this month, shows that he died as a result of the stabbing.

The Oneida County Sheriff's Office says the preliminary autopsy report, which was conducted at the Onondaga Medical Examiner's Office in Syracuse, shows that Andrewski died as the result of a single stab wound to the left groin area which struck the femoral artery.

The Sheriff's Office has identified 29-year-old Jeremiah G. Cullen, of Holland Patent, as the man who likely stabbed Andrewski.

Deputies say Andrewski and Cullen got into a fight at the Taberg American Legion. During the fight Andrewski stabbed Cullen in the left shoulder and Cullen stabbed Andrewski in the left groin area.

Cullen was taken to Rome Memorial Hospital where he was treated and released for the stab wound to his left shoulder.

Andrewski was taken to SUNY Upstate Hospital in Syracuse where he succumbed to his injury and passed away on September 9.

The Sheriff's Office says itâ??s also looking for 36-year-old Frank A. Aiello, originally from Holland Patent. He is wanted for questioning in regards to the incident.

The investigation is ongoing and the Oneida County Sheriff's Office is asking anyone who was attending the Taberg Legion that night, or has any information on Aiello's whereabouts, to call 765-2737.