Man killed in shootout where multiple officers fired weapons ruled homicide, AG office says

The New Hampshire attorney general’s office said the manner of death of a man in a shootout in Manchester where multiple officers fired weapons is considered homicide, according to an autopsy. The video in the player above is from the previous story. As used by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, homicide is defined as the killing of one person by another. Officials said they responded to a report of a domestic violence assault in a car park on Mammoth Road in Manchester on Sunday. , was killed by multiple gunshot wounds after a confrontation with Manchester police and New Hampshire State Police troopers, according to the attorney general’s office. The attorney general’s office said Sunday that six officers fired their weapons during the incident. The exact circumstances surrounding the incident are still under investigation. More information will be released after the official interviews of the officers.

The New Hampshire attorney general’s office said the manner of death of a man in a shootout in Manchester where multiple officers fired weapons is considered homicide, according to an autopsy.

The video in the player above is from the previous story.

As used by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, homicide is defined as the killing of one person by another.

Officials said they responded to a report on Sunday of a domestic violence assault in a Mammoth Road car park in Manchester.

Adnan Husejnovic, 33, was killed with multiple gunshot wounds after a confrontation with Manchester police and New Hampshire State Police troopers, according to the attorney general’s office.

The attorney general’s office said Sunday that six officers fired their weapons during the incident.

The exact circumstances surrounding the incident are still under investigation.

More information will be released after the official interviews of the officers.

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