MANCHESTER, N.H. (WBZ NewsRadio) — New Hampshire Attorney General John Formella said in a statement that a fatal multiple-officer-involved shooting has led to the death of one man early Sunday morning.
Officials say just after midnight on Sunday, an emergency call reported a domestic violence assault in a parking lot near Rite Aid on Mammoth Road in Manchester, N.H. The Manchester Police Department says arriving officers were directed to a parked gray Toyota RAV4, where one woman was found walking away from the vehicle with injuries. Police spoke to an armed man inside the vehicle, who allegedly refused to submit for arrest.
Officials say a standoff ensued for over an hour and a half.
At around 2 a.m. the man, identified to be 33-year-old Adnan Husejnovic of Manchester, was shot. The N.H. Attorney General's office says initial investigation reveals six officers discharged their weapons during the incident, four MPD officers, and two N.H. State Troopers.
An autopsy was scheduled for Monday morning, as the Chief Medical Examiner's office determines the cause and manner of Husejnovic's death. Part of the investigation will consider the body camera footage from the incident. Officials say no other party was injured during the shooting.