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August 24, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Townspeople lined the black-draped Main Street in Colebrook, N.H., as nearly 2,000 police officers from around the nation gathered for the funeral of two state troopers killed in a gunman's rampage. The long police procession was led by 50 motorcycle officers from around the region and color guards from as far away as Pennsylvania. State Troopers Leslie Lord and Scott Phillips were killed Tuesday before the gunman also killed part-time judge Vickie Bunnell and newspaper editor Dennis Joos.
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August 25, 1997 | From Associated Press
Hours after returning from a funeral for state troopers killed in last week's rampage by a gunman, a rookie police officer was killed in a shootout Sunday. Two suspects were arrested after a lengthy highway pursuit and a gun battle with another officer. Officer Jeremy Charron, 24, was shot shortly before 5 a.m., after he stopped a car along a rural road in Epsom, a town of about 3,700 people where he was one of four full-time officers. The suspects were identified as Gordon E.
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December 11, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Someone with a powerful shotgun has fired into nine homes in the dead of night in the past two weeks, and terrified residents of the Manchester, N.H., area have taken to sleeping on the floor. The shootings, which began Nov. 27, occurred in different neighborhoods a few miles apart. Police said the weapon, apparently a 12-gauge shotgun loaded with slugs, is particularly alarming. "They have extreme penetrating power and can travel through walls like nothing," Detective Mark Putney said.
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August 24, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Townspeople lined the black-draped Main Street in Colebrook, N.H., as nearly 2,000 police officers from around the nation gathered for the funeral of two state troopers killed in a gunman's rampage. The long police procession was led by 50 motorcycle officers from around the region and color guards from as far away as Pennsylvania. State Troopers Leslie Lord and Scott Phillips were killed Tuesday before the gunman also killed part-time judge Vickie Bunnell and newspaper editor Dennis Joos.
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November 14, 1988
A man posing as a police officer killed one person and wounded three others in a two-state shooting spree believed linked to the closing of a home for the retarded that he had managed, police in West Gardiner, Me., said. Police said the man killed himself while officers chased him at speeds up to 90 m.p.h. Alan Matterson, 36, former head of the Mechanic Falls group home, shot the home's former bookkeeper, two officials involved in regulating such homes and one of their relatives.
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August 25, 1997 | From Associated Press
Hours after returning from a funeral for state troopers killed in last week's rampage by a gunman, a rookie police officer was killed in a shootout Sunday. Two suspects were arrested after a lengthy highway pursuit and a gun battle with another officer. Officer Jeremy Charron, 24, was shot shortly before 5 a.m., after he stopped a car along a rural road in Epsom, a town of about 3,700 people where he was one of four full-time officers. The suspects were identified as Gordon E.
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August 23, 1997 | From Associated Press
Hundreds of police and firefighters from around the United States and Canada lined up under cloudy skies Friday, their badges covered with black bands, to file by the caskets of New Hampshire state Troopers Leslie Lord and Scott Phillips. A couple of blocks away, a polished black granite monument was placed at the site where a newspaper editor and a part-time judge were killed in the same shooting rampage that claimed the troopers.
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August 23, 1997 | From Associated Press
Hundreds of police and firefighters from around the United States and Canada lined up under cloudy skies Friday, their badges covered with black bands, to file by the caskets of New Hampshire state Troopers Leslie Lord and Scott Phillips. A couple of blocks away, a polished black granite monument was placed at the site where a newspaper editor and a part-time judge were killed in the same shooting rampage that claimed the troopers.
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December 11, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Someone with a powerful shotgun has fired into nine homes in the dead of night in the past two weeks, and terrified residents of the Manchester, N.H., area have taken to sleeping on the floor. The shootings, which began Nov. 27, occurred in different neighborhoods a few miles apart. Police said the weapon, apparently a 12-gauge shotgun loaded with slugs, is particularly alarming. "They have extreme penetrating power and can travel through walls like nothing," Detective Mark Putney said.
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November 14, 1988
A man posing as a police officer killed one person and wounded three others in a two-state shooting spree believed linked to the closing of a home for the retarded that he had managed, police in West Gardiner, Me., said. Police said the man killed himself while officers chased him at speeds up to 90 m.p.h. Alan Matterson, 36, former head of the Mechanic Falls group home, shot the home's former bookkeeper, two officials involved in regulating such homes and one of their relatives.
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