January 9, 2013

Officers wounded in NH shooting want the bullets

The state Attorney General's Office plans to honor the officers' request now that it has ended its investigation.

The Associated Press

BRENTWOOD, N.H. — Two of the four officers wounded in a shooting that killed a New Hampshire police chief last year have asked the state to hand over the bullets that struck them.

Their attorney made the request to provide the officers with evidence related to the April 2012 Greenland shooting that killed Police Chief Michael Maloney. The officers are suing Beverly Mutrie, the mother of Cullen Mutrie, saying she provided him with the gun. She's asked that the case be dismissed.

Foster's Daily Democrat reports the state Attorney General's Office plans to honor the officers' request now that it has ended its investigation. A judge recently approved the request from the state to return "numerous" items seized from the officers.

Cullen Mutrie then killed a woman before killing himself in April.

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