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Update: District Attorney, Police Say Two Dead Following Shootings Inside Broadway, Haverhill Home

Update: District Attorney, Police Say Two Dead Following Shootings Inside Broadway, Haverhill Home
Two people are confirmed dead after an apparent shooting in Haverhill late Sunday afternoon. In a joint release from Essex County District Attorney Paul F. Tucker and Haverhill Police Chief Robert P. Pistone, said “A male and female were found fatally shot inside a residence on Broadway.” Tucker’s office said Haverhill Police received a call to check the well-being of …

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