17 June 2020
 Acting Major R. Christopher West
 Troop G Commander
On June 16, 2020, State Police in Mayfield arrested 44-year-old Derrick H. Carlisle of Northville, for Leaving the Scene of an Accident- Injury Resulting in Death, a class D felony.
A State Police investigator traveled to Northumberland County Jail in Pennsylvania where Carlisle had been held, and took him into custody on an arrest warrant. Carlisle was returned to New York State where he was arraigned in Fulton County Court. He was released on his own recognizance and is due back in court on July 9, 2020 at 10:30 a.m.


Original Press Release and Updates:

UPDATE: November 18, 2020
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Derrick H. Carlisle by Northville Town Court, and has been lodged with the Northumberland County Jail in Pennsylvania.
The charge listed on the warrant is Operator Leaving the Scene of an Accident- Injury Resulting in Death, a class D felony.

Carlisle remains in custody at Northumberland County Jail, a date for his extradition has not yet been determined.
UPDATE: November 18, 2019

Following an autopsy conducted at Albany Medical Center, it has been determined that Andria Berger died as a result of multiple blunt force trauma.
 The investigation is ongoing no further details are available at this time.

November 17, 2019

State Police are confirming the identity of the victim in this weekend’s fatal pedestrian hit and run in the Town of Northampton.
At approximately 7:04 a.m. on Sunday November 17, 2020, a passerby located 46-year-old Andria M. Berger of Broadalbin deceased off the roadway of State Route 30. On scene investigation determined that Berger had been struck by a red pickup truck that had left the scene of the collision.
State Police, with the assistance of the Point Township Police Department in Pennsylvania, have located the vehicle and driver involved.
At approximately 9:30 p.m. last night, 44-year-old Derrick H. Carlisle of Northville was located by Point Township Police Department as he travelled on a roadway in Point Township Pennsylvania. At the time he was stopped, he was operating a red 2015 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck, which had damage consistent with the accident.
Carlisle is currently in the custody of the Point Township Police Department and is facing charges in their jurisdiction for Receiving Stolen Property (Felony) and Firearms not to be Carried Without a License (Felony). 
The New York State Police would like to thank the public for their assistance as well as, local law enforcement from Fulton and Montgomery County, the Pennsylvania State Police, and Point Township Police Department.

The investigation is ongoing, updates will be posted to the newsroom.




You must be logged in to view this item.

This area is reserved for members of the news media. If you qualify, please update your user profile and check the box marked "Check here to register as an accredited member of the news media". Please include any notes in the "Supporting information for media credentials" box. We will notify you of your status via e-mail in one business day.