NASHUA, N.H. – Police in Nashua, New Hampshire, fatally shot a man on Saturday night, as reported by the state’s attorney general’s office. The incident occurred after Nashua police officers responded to a domestic disturbance call at 49 Marie Avenue at 11:47 p.m. When they arrived, they encountered a man armed with a handgun outside the home.
According to the investigators, the man was confronted by the police, and at one point, an officer used a less-than-lethal projectile while three other officers fired bullets at the man. The man then retreated into the home, where he was later found unresponsive with an apparent gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The authorities confirmed that no one else was physically harmed during the altercation.
The identity of the deceased man has not been disclosed, but it is expected to be released after an autopsy is conducted on Monday. Similarly, the names of the four police officers involved in the shooting will also be kept confidential until formal interviews are conducted by investigators, according to the attorney general’s office.
The tragic incident has left the community in shock, and it raises concerns about the use of force by law enforcement. The attorney general’s office has assured the public that a thorough investigation will be conducted to determine the events leading up to the fatal shooting. The circumstances surrounding the use of lethal force will be closely examined, and the findings will be made public to ensure transparency and accountability.
As the community awaits more information about the identities of those involved and the details of the investigation, the authorities are urging the public to remain patient and allow the legal process to unfold. The implications of this tragic event are far-reaching, and the impact on the family and the community will be closely monitored as new developments emerge.