Hampstead officers who fired shots in March incident identified

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HAMPSTEAD — The two Hampstead police officers who discharged their weapons during a shooting incident last month have been identified by the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office.

On March 18, Deputy Chief Adam Dyer and Detective Alan Randell were involved in a situation that led to non-life-threatening injuries to Robert Boulter, born July 15, 1972.

Attorney General John M.

Formella released the names of the officers as part of an ongoing investigation into the events that unfolded that day.

While the precise details of the incident remain under review, it has been confirmed that both Deputy Chief Dyer and Detective Randell used their firearms during the encounter.

The Attorney General’s Office is currently assessing the actions of the officers to determine if the use of deadly force was justified under the circumstances.

A comprehensive report on the incident is expected to be published upon the conclusion of the investigation.

No additional information will be provided until the release of the final report, as officials work to complete a thorough analysis of the evidence and testimonies related to the shooting.

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