Slain Greenland chief’s former son-in-law wishes Mutrie had killed more cops
BRENTWOOD — Joshua Nieves, the former son-in-law of murdered police chief Michael Maloney, has asked for a trial on eight drug and weapons charges, but was not indicted for a felony that alleged his possession of a machine gun, according to Rockingham County Superior Court records.
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