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Investigation into officer-related shooting in Rochester awaiting medical results from Maine
While officials anticipated the report would be finished within 30 to 45 days, Assistant Attorney General Benjamin Agati said Tuesday it will take more time to complete the investigation into the shooting, which occurred after three probation/parole officers from the Department of Corrections and a Strafford County Sheriff’s deputy attempted to serve Ben Shannon, 35, with a warrant at his mother’s home at 28 Periwinkle Drive in Sak’s Mobile Home Park along Milton Road.
Agati said Maine officials are waiting for laboratory results to complete the report. He said these results will help determine whether any medical issues or treatments were factors in the shooting.
“Each department does it differently,” Agati said.
Members of the N.H. Probation & Parole office could not be reached for comment about the status of their officers involved in the shooting.
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