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October 22. 2013 11:18AM

Officers shot in Greenland get deadline to prove Mutrie got gun from mom

Mike Cuceu manager at Pro Wash Car Wash and Auto Detailing finishes up a message on the board outside the business on Route 1 in North Hampton in this file photo. 

BRENTWOOD — Four Drug Task Force officers who were shot while serving warrants at the Greenland home of Cullen Mutrie have a Jan. 1 deadline to prove Mutrie obtained the gun from his mother, or a civil suit they filed against the mother will be dismissed, a judge ordered.



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