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Two Waterford Murder Suspects Taking Plea Deals
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Laura Wilson: Jury trials in the Northeast Kingdom pose a dilemma
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Waterford Select Board Chair’s Behavior Questioned In Citizen’s Concern
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Man killed, trooper injured after traffic stop in Dalton, NH
DALTON, New Hampshire — A New Hampshire state trooper is in stable condition after being shot on Wednesday night and a suspect is dead after a traffic stop, according to the attorney general’s office.
The fatal shooting occurred just after 9 p.m. in Dalton, a town located just west of Mount Washington, after the trooper stopped a driver on Bridge Hill Road and there was an “exchange of gunfire” between the suspect and the trooper, according to a statement from Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald’s office.
The male suspect was pronounced dead at the scene from apparent gunshot wounds and the injured trooper was taken to a local hospital with gunshot wounds and was last in stable condition, the attorney general’s office said.
Officials did not release any details on what led to the traffic stop or the exchange of gunfire. The man was alone in the car at the time of the stop, and according to the statement, police said he was “armed with a rifle and a handgun.”
The attorney general’s office said an autopsy is scheduled for Thursday to determine the manner and cause of death as well as confirm the man’s identity.
Officials said per protocol, the trooper’s name is being withheld until he’s been formally interviewed. The trooper was not wearing a body camera and the trooper’s cruiser did not have a dashcam, the statement said.
In a statement early Thursday, New Hampshire State Police said the department “is unable to comment on an active investigation being conducted by the attorney general,” but urged the public to “keep the trooper and their family in your thoughts and prayers.”
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu tweeted Wednesday, “New Hampshire is praying for our State Trooper injured in the line of duty. I have made all state resources available to assist in this critical investigation.”
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Concord, NH – Deputy Attorney General Jane E. Young announces that a press briefing will be held on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, at 11:00 a.m. at the NH Fire Academy Administration Building, 98 Smokey Bear Blvd., Concord, NH.
The findings will be released regarding the officer-involved shooting that took place on December 23, 2020, in Dalton, New Hampshire, in which New Hampshire State Police Trooper Matthew Merrill was injured and shot and killed Mark R. Clermont (age 45).
A copy of the final report and the audio recording presented at the briefing will be available on the website, https://www.doj.nh.gov/news/2021, at the start of the briefing.
Members of the public are able to attend the briefing remotely:
- Call-in: 1-800-201-6394
- Conference Code: 194655
Members of the media may attend remotely using the above call-in information, or may attend in person, however, capacity is limited due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Due to the limited capacity, members of the media who wish to attend in person or who wish to ask questions remotely must notify Kate Giaquinto by email: [email protected] by 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 23, 2021.
Please provide the name of the person who will be in attendance in person or remotely, the organization, and if attending remotely and seeking to ask a question, the phone number expected to be calling from.
DALTON, N.H. (WCAX) - A man is dead and a New Hampshire state trooper is hospitalized following an armed standoff during a traffic stop in Dalton, New Hampshire.
According to the New Hampshire attorney general, it all started around 9 p.m. Wednesday. We’re told the trooper pulled a car over on Bridge Hill Road and a short time later gunfire was exchanged. Other officers arriving on the scene found the man dead of an apparent gunshot wound. They found a rifle and handgun in the car.
The trooper was rushed to the hospital to be treated for gunshot wounds and is reported in stable condition.
Authorities say there is no threat to the public and no one else was injured in the incident. The trooper did not have a body camera.
There were no other immediate details provided. An autopsy is scheduled for Thursday.
The town of Dalton sits on the opposite side of the Connecticut River from Concord, and Lunenberg, Vermont. It is also just outside of Littleton, New Hampshire.
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