Vigil held for woman shot by gunman in Greenland, NH
YORK, Maine (WHDH) -- Friends and family of the woman found dead in a home following a police shootout in Greenland, New Hampshire held a vigil in her honor on Sunday.
Brittany Tibbett’s was the ex-girlfriend of Cullen Mutrie -- the alleged shooter who was also found dead inside the home. Her funeral will be held Wednesday.
Meanwhile, two of the officers wounded in the shooting remained in the hospital Monday morning. Both were still in the intensive care unit.
Two other officers have been released.
The shooting claimed the life of Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney.
Maloney was killed as he and a drug task force tried to serve a search warrant. The father of two was a 12-year veteran of the Greenland police department.
Chief Maloney’s funeral arrangements have now been set. The wake will take place Wednesday in Hampton, New Hampshire. The funeral is set for Thursday at noon, at Winnacunnett High School in Hampton.
A memorial fund for Chief Maloney has also been established in his honor.
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