PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) -- Court documents indicate the female companion of a New Hampshire man who killed a police chief and wounded four other officers had $14,000 in cash with her when she died.
The Attorney General's Office wants to hand over to the Drug Enforcement Administration the cash along with four vehicles seized in Greenland: an SUV, two pickup trucks and a BMW.
Police were conducting a drug raid on Cullen Mutrie's home in Greenland when he opened fire on April 12, killing Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney and wounding four others.
Court document indicate the cash was found during the autopsy of Brittany Tibbetts, a Maine native who police say was killed by Cullen Mutrie before he turned a gun on himself. Their bodies were found in the home's basement.