Drug Task Force officers wounded in deadly Greenland raid lose civil suit against mother

Investigators' evidence markers indicate bullet holes in and around the front door of the home where Cullen Mutrie mounted a shootout with police in Greenland. Greenland chief Michael Maloney was killed in the shootout before Mutrie killed his girlfriend and himself. 

BRENTWOOD — Four state Drug Task Force officers who were shot and wounded during a deadly drug raid at the Greenland home of Cullen Mutrie have lost a civil suit against Mutrie's mother but plan to appeal to the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Superior Court Judge Kenneth McHugh granted a motion to dismiss the DTF officers' lawsuit after repeatedly instructing that he was only interested in evidence proving Beverly Mutrie gave her son the gun used to shoot the officers.


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