NH police chief died of gunshot wound to the head
April 13, 2012
CONCORD, N.H.—Autopsy results show a New Hampshire police chief killed while on a drug raid Thursday died of a single gunshot wound to the head.
State police, the FBI and ATF agents continued to comb the crime scene where Greenland Chief Michael Maloney and four other officers were shot while trying to serve a search warrant at the home of 29-year-old Cullen Mutrie of Post Road in Greenland.
After a tense overnight standoff, Mutrie and a female acquaintance were found dead in the home. Their autopsies are scheduled for Saturday.
Maloney was 48 and scheduled to retire in eight days when he was shot to death.
Two officers remain hospitalized and two were treated and released
Mutrie had charges pending of possession of anabolic steroids.
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