New Hampshire police chief killed, four officers injured in shootout serving warrant (video).

The body of a man suspected of killing Greenland’s police…

The body of a man suspected of killing Greenland’s police chief and wounding four other officers was found dead inside his home early Friday morning, police said.

Cullen Mutrie, 29, who lived at 517 Post Road, where the officers were shot, was found dead from gunshot wounds after a tactical robot was sent into the home at 2 a.m. A female acquaintance, who has not been identified, was also found dead, possibly from a double suicide or murder-suicide, said Attorney General Michael Delaney.

Delaney said he was shot and killed trying to gain entry to the home while serving a drug-related warrant.

Source: WMUR

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  • Mr. K

    For drug warrants a case is already made before the warrant is even issued. The drugs are icing on top of the cake. You surround, you call out, if you get the drugs great if not oh well. Everybody should go home to their families at the end of the day. Officers should not die over getting drugs on a warrant. I don’t have all the facts of the case so if there is something I’m missing I’m sorry. My heart goes out to their families.

  • fjkhoury01

    Bet it was a no knock.