It's still unclear why a New York Assemblyman took his own life. Republican Assemblyman Bill Nojay committed suicide on Friday just days before his upcoming primary.
"The Daily News" reports that Nojay was to turn himself in for fraud charges on Friday.
Nojay represented the 133rd Assembly District which includes Monroe, Livingston and Steuben Counties.
The 59-year-old late politician leaves behind a wife and three children.