2006 Manchester, New Hampshire police shooting

2006 Manchester, New Hampshire Police Shooting

2006 Manchester, New Hampshire police shooting

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The 2006 Manchester, New Hampshire police shooting was an incident that took place on October 16, 2006 in Manchester, New Hampshire, United States. The incident occurred when police officer Michael Briggs was shot while on duty. Briggs was later transported to the hospital before dying of his injuries. The suspect, Michael "Stix" Addison, fled the state of New Hampshire, prompting a manhunt by police. Fifteen hours after the shooting, Addison was arrested in Dorchester, Massachusetts, waived extradition and was transported back to New Hampshire. Prior to his return to New Hampshire, Addison was charged by Boston Police with being a fugitive from justice. Addison was transported to the Suffolk County Jail with $2 million (2006 USD) in bail (contrary to other news reports). The incident prompted prosecutors to seek the death penalty for Michael Addison, which caused a debate about the place of capital punishment in New Hampshire.

A week after the shooting, a memorial service was held on October 21, 2006, and state and...
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