Update: Attorney General says police shot armed man at White Park in Concord

From staff and wire reports
Published: 4/5/2020 12:50:50 PM

An armed man was shot and wounded by police near White Park early Sunday morning, according to Attorney General Gordon MacDonald.

Dylan Stahley, 22, of Windsor, N.H., was taken to the hospital for medical treatment of non-life-threatening gunshot wounds, MacDonald said in a news release.

Around 11:19 p.m. on Saturday, Concord officers responded to a burglar alarm at the new skate house at White Park. While police were investigating, they received a report of a man on the nearby ball field with a gun.

Just after midnight, Concord police officers and New Hampshire State Troopers found Stahley, who appeared to be armed, the release said.

Stahley was shot during a confrontation with police at 12:15 a.m., according to MacDonald.

The attorney general did not say how many times Stahley was shot. He declined to name the officers who fired or their departments.

“Pursuant to protocol, the name(s) of the officer(s) involved in the incident is being withheld pending the conclusion of the formal interview,” MacDonald said. “No additional information is expected to be released until the conclusion of the formal interview(s).”

MacDonald said no officers were injured and there is no threat to the public.

Stahley was charged by Concord police with burglary, reckless conduct, and felon in possession of a firearm.

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