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Man shot dead outside remote Space Force station in New Hampshire

Anonymous 08/11/22 (Thu) 07:59:54 a4c2d5 (8) No.17351435

33 Man shot dead outside remote Space Force station in New Hampshire approached the gate while armed with a gun and a knife, investigation finds A man armed with a gun and knife was fatally shot outside the remote Space Force station in New Hampshire after he approached the gate The man identified as Michael Foley, 33, was shot dead around 11:30 pm on May 13 on Galaxy Way, an access road that leads to New Boston Space Force Station The circumstances why Foley was there is still under investigation, officials said Two men involved in the shooting is New Boston police officer Shane Morton, and Peter White, a contractor with company, Lockwood Hills There are no charges being filed against, Morton and White, at this time, New Hampshire Attorney General's office told DailyMail.com on Thursday A man armed with a gun and knife was fatally shot outside the remote Space Force station in New Hampshire after he approached the gate, but the circumstances to why he was there are still being investigated, officials said. The man identified as Michael Foley, 33, was 'killed by a single gunshot' around 11:30 pm on May 13 on Galaxy Way, an access road that leads to New Boston Space Force Station (NBSFS). New Hampshire's Deputy Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Mitchell Weinberg called the manner of Foley's death a 'homicide,' Military.com reported. Two men identified as New Boston police officer Shane Morton, and Peter White, a contracted security member with the company, Lockwood Hills, had discharged their firearms shooting Foley dead. Michael Garrity, Director of Communications for the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office told DailyMail.com on Thursday that there are no charges being filed against Morton and White at this time. Foley reportedly made threatening gestures towards a contracted police officer when he approached the NBSFS gate armed with a knife and gun, Stephen Brady, a spokesman for the Space Force's Peterson-Schriever Garrison, which oversees New Boston Space Force Station, said Military.com reported. Brady added that Foley also 'had a gas can and propane tank in his vehicle, which was deemed a potential threat.' The details were based on an investigation that was concluded by the Air Force on Monday.



 


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