DANVILLE, N.H. (MyFoxBoston.com) – A teenager was shot and killed at the home of a New Hampshire police chief on Monday.
It happened at 53 Caramel Drive around 7 p.m. The Union Leader and the Eagle-Tribune report that a 15-year-old was shot in the stomach inside the house.
The home belongs to Danville Police Chief Wade Parsons. Police cars lined the street in front of the home on Tuesday morning and there was restricted access to the area.
Officials are calling the shooting the "untimely death of a minor." They have not released any details surrounding the death, only saying that it is under investigation and there is no danger to the public.
Parsons has been chief since 1995. It's unclear who the victim is and if they are related to Parsons. The police chief is listed as the sole owner of the home, according to town assessment records.
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