On March 21 of 2012, a fleeing suspect turned and shot the pursuing officer seven times. Today, that officer returned to work.
With a smirk on his face, 22-year-old Myles Webster was sentenced to 60 years to life in a New Hampshire State prison for the attempted murder of New Hampshire police officer Daniel Doherty.
A jury has convicted a New Hampshire man of attempted murder and other felonies in the near-fatal shooting of a Manchester police officer in March.
The defense has rested its case in the trial of a man charged with trying to kill a police officer to avoid capture.
The star witness in the high-profile trial of Myles Webster took the stand today.
The trial is underway in the case of Myles Webster, the New Hampshire man accused of shooting Manchester Police Officer Dan Doherty in March.
Weeks after a Manchester police officer and the man accused of shooting him first confronted each other in a courtroom, they’ll face off again at trial this week.
Investigators said Jennifer Whitfield drove Myles Webster to the place where he shot a police officer.
A judge has found enough evidence to proceed with a trial for a New Hampshire man charged with attempted murder in the shooting of an officer.
Police have arrested a woman who is believed to have driven Myles Webster to the crime scene Wednesday night.
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