One dead after shooting involving police in Manchester, NH

The New Hampshire Attorney General’s office is investigating a deadly shooting that occurred early Sunday morning in Manchester. in Manchester. Manchester police were the first to arrive and were directed to a gray Toyota Rav4, where an adult woman was walking away from the vehicle. Police engaged in a dialogue with a man who was armed and still in the vehicle and refused to be arrested. A standoff lasting more than an hour and a half ensued and at around 2.05am the man, identified as Adnan Husejnovic, 33, from Manchester, was shot dead. The Attorney General’s office said six officers fired their weapons during the incident, four Manchester police officers. and two New Hampshire State Police troopers. No officers or others were physically injured in the shooting incident. According to protocol, the names of the officers involved are withheld pending the conclusion of a formal interview. Officials said the first officers had body cameras and investigators will examine whether those cameras, cruisers or other audio or video recorded any part of the incident. An autopsy is scheduled for Monday at 9 a.m. to determine Husejnovic’s cause and manner of death.

The New Hampshire Attorney General’s office is investigating a fatal shooting that occurred early Sunday morning in Manchester.

Authorities said around 12.20am on Sunday police responded to a report of a domestic violence assault in a car park near the Rite Aid on Mammoth Road in Manchester.

Manchester police were the first to arrive and were directed to a gray Toyota Rav4, where an adult woman was walking away from the vehicle.

The police entered into a dialogue with a man who was armed and still in the vehicle and refused to be arrested. A standoff lasting more than an hour and a half ensued and at around 2.05am the man, identified as Adnan Husejnovic, 33, from Manchester was shot dead.

The attorney general’s office said six officers fired their weapons during the incident, four police officers from Manchester and two troopers from the New Hampshire State Police.

No officers or others were physically injured in the shooting.

Per protocol, the names of the officers involved are withheld pending the conclusion of a formal interview.

Officials said the first officers had body cameras and investigators will examine whether those cameras, cruisers or other audio or video recordings recorded any part of the incident.

An autopsy is scheduled for 9 a.m. Monday to determine Husejnovic’s cause and manner of death.

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