Greenland

NH News
10:30 am
Fri December 14, 2012

Review: Failures In Preparation, Breakdowns In Communication In Greenland Drug Raid

The findings of the review commission in the Greenland shooting were released Friday.
Michael Brindley, NHPR

An independent review has concluded a trained tactical team should have been used in a Greenland drug raid earlier this year.

The determination was among numerous critiques in a report issued Friday. 

The review commission characterized the operations plan of the drug raid in Greenland on April 12 as lacking sufficient detail.

The report questioned the timing of the raid and raised concerns about management and oversight of the operation.

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NH News
11:11 pm
Fri April 13, 2012

Police Cadets Graduate With Heavy Hearts

Less than twenty-four hours after one of the bloodiest episodes in New Hampshire Law Enforcement history, a new class of police cadets graduated from the academy.

Friends and family of New Hampshire’s newest law enforcement agents filled the room to see the 157th police academy class receive their certificates.

But the mood in Concord was bittersweet as Governor John Lynch addressed the crowd.

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NH News
6:27 pm
Fri April 13, 2012

Bitter Day for Law Enforcement

Dan Gorenstein, NHPR

The reverberations of last night’s shooting in Greenland reach far beyond the town, out past the Seacoast region.

Many police officers, state troopers, sheriffs and their families today feel frustration, sadness, loss and a sense of resolve.

Thursday night’s events give the public a finer sense of what it means to be in law enforcement.

 

Dan Gorenstein (DG): As news trickled in on T.V. last night, Franklin Police Chief David Goldstein was home.

His wife Carol says that was really good.

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NH News
6:15 pm
Fri April 13, 2012

Greenland Reels In Wake Of Shootings

The sign outside Greenland’s Town Offices reads, “Our condolences to the Maloney Family.” Early this morning The flags were already flying at half staff to honor 48 year old Police Chief Michael Maloney. The 12 year veteran of the police force was killed just a week before he was sent to retire.

Four other officers were wounded in the shooting. The gunman 29 year old Cullen Mutrie and unidentified female also died, under circumstances still under investigation. Speaking at town hall, Attorney General Michael Delaney’s main focus was on comforting a shaken town.

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Greenland Shootings
6:11 pm
Fri April 13, 2012

Details Slowly Emerging In Greenland Shootings

Cullen Mutrie
Police mug shot

  The shootings in Greenland remain under investigation. Law enforcement say the shooter that killed Chief Michael Maloney and wounded four others was 29 year old Cullen Mutrie – who was found dead at the scene along with an unidentified woman.

Maria Cramer covers crime for the Boston Globe. She talks with All Things Considered host Brady Carlson by phone from Hampton, where she’s been looking into Cullen Mutrie’s past.

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