Authorities: New Hampshire officer shot to death

BRENTWOOD, N.H. (AP) — Authorities say a New Hampshire police officer was shot to death after he responded to a domestic disturbance at a home that later exploded and burned.

The gunman is presumed dead in the ensuing blaze. Attorney General Joseph Foster says Monday night 48-year-old Steven Arkell of Brentwood was shot to death when he answered the call in a suburban neighborhood.  

After the shooting, the house burst into flames. A massive explosion blew the front off the house and within an hour, it was leveled. Foster says 47-year-old Michael Nolan, the son of the homeowner, is the suspected gunman. He is presumed dead.

A third person was taken to a hospital.

8 thoughts on “Authorities: New Hampshire officer shot to death

  1. could be the shape of things to come.
    if all goes south, make it so nothing walks out alive, especially the gestapo

    desperate times call for desperate measures..?

  2. This story doesn’t pass the smell test. The house UNRELATED happened to EXPLODE after an officer was shot? So maybe the house was going to EXPLODE if the officer didn’t even show up?

  3. Hmmm…. How did there come to be an aerial photo of the house at the exact time of the explosion? Who knew in advance that it was going to explode? More false flag bull?

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