October 18, 2017
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2 officers injured in NH shooting out of hospital

The Associated Press

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — The two police officers who were in intensive care after the shooting in Greenland are out of a New Hampshire hospital.

Police say 33-old Detective Scott Kukesh, of the Newmarket Police Department, and 34-year-old Detective Jeremiah Murphy, of the Rochester Police Department, have been released from the Portsmouth hospital.

WMUR-TV reports that both officers were shot in the chest while serving a drug-related warrant to Cullen Mutrie on April 12. Police say Mutrie shot five officers, killing Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney, before killing himself and a woman.

Two other officers were treated and released from the hospital soon after the shooting.


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