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Officers Cleared In Death Of Weare Man Who Died During Shootout With Police

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The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office has released its final report on a police shooting that took place in Weare in August.

The reports says the shooting started as a domestic dispute and ended in gunfire, and clears the two officers involved in the incident.

Officials say although the suspect involved was hit three times in an exchange of gunfire with police, an autopsy determined a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest is what caused 43-year-old Jeffrey Clough-Garvin’s death.

Clough-Garvin fired at police six times. One officer was shot twice through the arm.

The Attorney General’s Office has also released body cam recordings from the incident.

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