An adult female was shot Wednesday evening during the execution of a federal search warrant in Manchester, according to a press release by the NH Attorney General’s office, received Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014.
Lillian Nunez, of 110 Beech Street, Apt. 3 in Manchester was shot “when one of the officer’s weapons discharged,” the statement by the NH Attorney General’s office read. The federal agencies involved in the search were not named.
The press release stated that Attorney General Joseph A. Foster, New Hampshire State Police Colonel Robert Quinn and Manchester Police Chief David Mara announced that their agencies are investigating the shooting incident that occurred at approximately 7:00 p.m. Wednesday in Manchester.
As a result, four people were arrested and charged with federal charges of conspiracy to sell oxycodone. Two of those arrested are Johanna and Jennifer Nunez, daughters of the shooting victim. The other two are Samuel Garcia and Raul A. “Legui” Hernandez, the Union Leader stated.
Sources: NH Attorney General’s office
New Hampshire Union Leader
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