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Man from Manchester who allegedly shot another person on Wednesday morning in Brooklyn has pleaded not guilty to the assassination attempt. murder. Robert Gagnon, 45 of Manchester appeared in court almost on Friday in link to the shooting that wounded a man on Wednesday. Gagnon was charged with attempted murder, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General office. Gagnon was taken in guarded on Auburn Street in Nashua, Wednesday, noon. Gagnon is accused of shot by Carlos Quintong, 44, in in area of Townsend Hill Road and Highway 13 in Brooklyn. When the officers arrived at about 6:30 am, they found Authorities say Quintong is conscious and suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. He was taken to the hospital and is being treated. Police said the shooter and the victim, who knew each other, drove different cars when one of in drivers tried to drive another off road. Quintong was then shot several times. times through the passenger window, police said. Initial statement from the general’s attorney office the indication that Quintong was killed was incorrect. The police later confirmed that he was in stable condition and is expected to survive. Officials said the shooting appeared to be related to a domestic violence situation. Investigation into connection between murder in Lindeborough and shooting in Brooklyn continues, lawyer generalx office said on Friday. There were no charges or suspects. announced in Murder at Lindeborough. in Brooklyn, other one happened in Lindeborough. And I can just say there are others materials that the investigators worked on today and then lead us to believe that the two may be related,” senior attorney’s assistant general Ben Agati said on Friday. An autopsy has been done on Robert Prest, 83, Friday who was found inside it home on central road in Lindeborough on Wednesday. The Chief Medical Examiner set cause of his death it was a hard hit head injury and way of in death was a murder, authorities said. Originally attorney generalx office said it was a shooting death but on Examination completed on Friday head injury came from a blow with a blunt object, and not from a shot. lawyer generalx office that all parties in both of incidents appear to have been identified and there is no known threat to public. Investigators continue their investigations on Friday and over the weekend and anyone with information about events please contact the New Hampshire State Police Major Crime Unit at 603-628-8477.

Man from Manchester who allegedly shot another person on Wednesday morning in Brooklyn has pleaded not guilty to the assassination attempt. murder.

Robert Gagnon, 45 of Manchester appeared in court almost on Friday in in connection with a shooting that wounded a man on Wednesday.

Gagnon was accused with attempted murder, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General office. Gagnon was taken in guarded on Auburn Street in Nashua, Wednesday, noon.

Gagnon is accused of shot by Carlos Quintong, 44, in in area of Townsend Hill Road and Highway 13 in Brooklyn. When the officers arrived at about 6:30 am, they found Authorities say Quintong is conscious and suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. He was taken to the hospital and is receiving medical attention.

Police said the shooter and the victim, who knew each other, drove different cars when one of in drivers tried to drive another off road. Quintong was then shot several times. times through the passenger window, police said.

Initial statement from the general’s attorney office the indication that Quintong was killed was incorrect. The police later confirmed that he was in stable condition and is expected to survive.

Officials said the shooting appeared to be related to a domestic violence situation.

Investigation into connection between murder in Lindeborough and shooting in Brooklyn continues, lawyer generalx office said on Friday.

There were no charges or suspects announced in murder of Lindeborough.

“One thing happened in Brooklyn, other one happened in Lindeborough. And I can just say there are others materials that the investigators worked on today and then lead us to believe that the two may be related,” senior attorney’s assistant general Ben Agati said on Friday.

An autopsy has been done on Robert Prest, 83, Friday who was found inside it home on central road in Lindeborough on Wednesday.

The Chief Medical Examiner set cause of his death it was a hard hit head injury and way of in death was a murder, authorities said.

Originally attorney generalx office said it was a shooting death but on Examination completed on Friday head injury came from a blow with a blunt object, and not from a shot.

lawyer generalx office that all parties in both of incidents appear to have been identified and there is no known threat to public.

Investigators continue their investigations on Friday and over the weekend and anyone with information about events please contact the New Hampshire State Police Major Crime Unit at 603-628-8477.

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