A Central Nyack teen is dead after reportedly overdosing on drugs following a tense standoff with police that started as a domestic disturbance. Clarkstown Police say they were called to 60 West Broadway where they met up with 19 year-old Sean Harris, his mother and a mental health counselor that had been assigned to him. Police say he had used a metal baseball bat to destroy items in the kitchen area, refusing to talk to the counselor. He came outside, and refused several orders to drop the bat, prompting an officer to use a “less lethal impact munition” to strike him in the lower left abdomen, sending the teen back into his home. Police say he refused to engage them while he was inside the home. Eventually Harris began to speak with the Clarkstown Police Department Negotiator Team, though he allegedly made threats to officers, and said he had a Glock 17 handgun. Negotiations continued for about an hour, then stopped, prompting the Clarkstown Critical Incident Response Team to enter the home. Police found Harris sitting in a bathroom with around two dozen open pill bottles and hundreds of pills. Harris was taken from the bathroom, CPR was performed on him, he was brought to Montefiore Nyack Hospital where he was later pronounced dead. The Rockland County Medical Examiner’s office is expected to rule on an official cause of death, and the state Attorney General’s office is expected to conduct an independent investigation of the incident.