N.H. Officers on Paid Leave Following Shooting in Keene

Keene, New Hampshire - New details on an officer involved shooting in Keene, New Hampshire Monday.

The Attorney General's office says the two officers who fired their guns at a man have been placed on paid administrative leave.

The man injured, 28 year-old Patrick Letendre, is being treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Officials say officers were at a home on Wilford Street, helping a woman and child who were moving out.

It's after that, there was a brief confrontation between Letendre and police.

The A.G.'s office says there was a third officer present who did not fire their weapon.

None of the officers were wearing body-cameras.

Interviews with officers to see if deadly force was justified are underway and should be completed later this week.


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