ROCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — The Attorney General’s office is expected to release more details regarding a man who died in a shootout with police in New Hampshire after suffering multiple gunshot wounds.
Thirty-eight-year-old Douglas Heath was wanted on several outstanding warrants, including one for trafficking narcotics and another for fleeing from Maine troopers. Authorities say he led them on a chase before he crashed in Rochester in August. They say when Heath got out of his car, there were an exchange of gunfire and he died at the scene. A gun was found next to him. No one else was hurt.
On Thursday, the Attorney General’s office will release police and private citizen video recordings of the armed encounter.