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one man dead from a gunshot wound to the test. the ag's investigation in epping him -- in fnm -- effingham. wmur news 9 shelley: learning the name of the man shot and killed in manchester overnight. what the victim's daughter is saying about her father tonight. mike: the first of two storms moves away overnight, but more . when the next system arrives in a timeline ahead. shelley: the changes that put exeter holiday lights display in jeopardy. and how the power company is working to find a solution. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 tonight. shelley: new tonight, authorities now investigating a homicide in effingham. this after the shooting death of man in manchester this morning. good evening. i'm shelley walcott.
this is the third homicide investigation in the state this week. the attorney general's office says a 63-year-old man was shot in the chest yesterday and later died at the hospital. wmur's siobhan lopez is live in effingham tonight with what we know right now. siobhan: according to the ag's office, the victim is identified as 63-year-old robert dishman. he did i the hospital suffering from a single gunshot wound to the chest. investigators say dishman was shot during some kind of incident on ams way around : 00 yesterday morning. its unclear if that's dishman's home, but we spoke with the next door neighbor who says a man named bob lives at that address. he tells us he saw a heavy police presence there yesterday, and was surprised to hear someone was shot. >> that's just crazy. i don't know. i've heard him yelling a few times, but i don't know what it was about.
made at this point, but the ag's office says based on their investigation there does not appear to be an ongoing threat to the public. anyone with information is asked to call state police. siobhan lopez, wmur news 9. tom: we now know the name of the man shot and killed in manchester this morning. tonight the attorney general's office saying 51-year-old robert shatney died in his thorton street apartment. shatney died from a gunshot wound to the chest. tells us the victim's daughter , is now looking for answers. andy: authorities say the 911 call came in at about 12:30 tuesday morning for a report of shots fired at an apartment on thornton street in manchester. >> they responded to 231 thornton street where they discovered a deceased adult male. he appeared to suffer a gunshot wound. that male was determined to be a resident of 231 thornton street.
sorry. andy: amanda shatney is the victim's oldest daughter. >> it's a horrible situation. my dad was a loving, caring guy, did favors for anybody. never knew how to say no. he wore his heart on his sve. andy: police were on the scene all day as news of what happened slowly spread through the neighborhood. >> i'm just surprised that we didn't hear anything. i think that's the most surprising thing. kind of scary too. >> i just can't believe it. this neighborhood is really pretty quiet. i mean sometimes there's issues over at that house. i'm shocked. i can't believe this. andy: investigators say the case is in it's early stages and are asking everyone in the neighborhood to be vigilant, lock your doors, and report anything suspicious to police. >> i haven't figured out a way to handle it. my emotions right now are really
who and what and why. andy: andy hershberger, wmur news 9. tom: two vermont men are going to prison after pleading guilty to drug charges in connection to a deadly overdose last year. prosecutors say daniel fogg was dealing the drug out of a chesterfield home. fogg sold some heroin to francis mayhle who then gave it to 23-year-old dakota kilburn who died from an overdose. today fogg pleaded guilty to selling heroin with death resulting and mayhle pleaded guilty to conspiracy to sell heroin and dispensing the drug shelley: switching gears to talk about the weather. a cold, rainy day in the granite state, even starting with slippery roads, especially up north. live look tonight in meredith and hampton beach. temperatures are well above freezing. chief meteorologist mike haddad is here. mike: we are tracking more rain.
not frozen in southern new hampshire yet. good news for those traveling out and about. many parts of the lakes region and points south. that is right around freezing in the mount washington valley. farther north, if you rain showers are falling onto a relatively solid surface. notice a of moisture gathering down to our south with system number two of the week ready to move and temperatures above freezing. here we go. from the cloud cover into some rain as we go through the afternoon stretch. some of that rain overnight could become quite heavy. we will take a look at how much more rain to expect when that system clears and the rest of the week in a few minutes. shelley: tonight, the owners of a laconia vape shop say they feel violated after someone
video footage shows the burglar going through the store and taking vaporizers. and now police trying to figure out who did it. wmur's mike cronin is in laconia with the details. mike: in a hooded sweatshirt wearing a mask and gloves this suspect tried to avoid detection but was caught on camera. >> i just can't believe that this could happen to a small business, to happen to us. mike: laconia police are investigating the burglary at great northern woods vape shop. just after 5:00 this morning an on video surveillance clearing out a shelf. 40 vaporizers like these, as well as liquids and cash were stolen. altogether, store co-owner kaleb jackman says the suspect took off with more than $5,000 worth of merchandise. >> they were just playing with the cash register, trying to get the cash register open, went behind the desk and was rummaging through all our paperwork. mike: the burglar never broke
>> so this is where they entered here through the bulkhead. mike: then through the basement the suspect entered the shop , through this door. >> this is where the wires were cut. mike: that took care of the alarm system. >> i don't know if they knew what they were doing or not. it seems like they did, because the alarm did not go off. mike: jackman says video footage shows the person in the store for 13 minutes before that was shut off, too. for about five years but never have had anything like this happen before. >> gut-wrenching heartache. this is something that we've worked so hard for, for so long. mike: tonight they are open and have taken measures to further improve security. while they plan to replace the stolen items they hope someone identifies this person. >> it hurts that someone would do this to us. this is going to be a big hit.
anyone with information to give them a call. mike cronin, wmur news 9. tom: fish and game reminding and now warning that a loon found dead this summer died from a gunshot wound. fish and game says the bird was found on bradley lake by a construction crew working in the area. loons are a threatened species in the state, and 65% of loon deaths are caused by humans. fish and game says this is a critical time to protect loons as they are also being threatened by climate change. known for its holiday light display, but this year an unexpected problem is threatening to keep the the lights off. for more than three decades, this is the site that has attracted people from all over new england to downtown exeter. the town's holiday display of lighted garlands hanging from polls, trees, even town hall. a deked-out christmas tree in the bandstand at the heart of it
the bandstand. shelley: this year, electrical code issues could pull the plug on this annual tradition. electric company unitil installed new poles over the summer, changing the overall electric layout of downtown, meaning the garlands can't be within 40 inches of electrical lines. >> i don't think anyone wants to see the lights off, but we do have a responsibility. safety is our priority. shelley: this morning, some possible light at the end of the tunnel. unitil has offered to do line work, and local fire and public works crews are pitching in all in the hopes of getting the holiday lights on by thursday night's town celebration. >> the committee, we saw they were asking for americo and who does not want to try to make a miracle happen? thursday is a goal and we are working for that.
organizers say they're grateful for that glimmer of hope but are , working on a plan b just in case. >> when they come thursday, they will be seeing some different things. shelley: again, the town is hoping to have all the lights on by thursday but for now they say there is no guarantee that will happen. thanks could look different in exit her. tom: exeter looking gorgeous as always, though. returning to class. shelley: ohio state university trying to return to al responsibility. tom: the deadly wildfire burning right now. the scenes in tennessee as thousands are forced to leave their homes. mike: mild temperatures, at least for now. how much warmer could we get? shelley: now to are you local hot shot. a busy day for these two, who were captured part of work in
under president george w. bush. abc news also confirming that wall street veteran steven mnuchin was named treasury secretary. president-elect trump is said to be narrowing down his choices for secretary of state. >> he needs to choose someone that he's very comfortable with, that he knows there's going to be no daylight between him and them. shelley: trump also had dinner tonight with former republican presidential nominee mitt romney. president-elect is at least a few days away from making a decision for secretary of state. tom: ohio state university students returned to class today as the investigation continues into a student who went on a rampage. now isis is claiming responsibility. abc's kenneth moton has the latest from columbus. kenneth: it was back to class for an ohio state university community on edge. >> i don't think campus is as packed today, but there are
kenneth: the talk of the campus? the fellow buckeye. 18-year-old abdul artan, who is accused of slamming his car into a crowd of people walking on the sidewalk near the engineering hall before slashing victims with a butcher knife. heroic university police officer alan horujko shot and killed him. osu student anderson payne was stabbed. >> initially it just felt like someone punched me in the hand, you just get that dull pain in your hand, then i looked down and saw that my entire hand was fuf authorities searched the teen's columbus home, walked door to door in his neighborhood and , scoured over his social media posts. five months ago, the somali-born honor student jumped across the graduation stage at an ohio community college. by fall he was at osu, upset , about the treatment of muslims. he posted on facebook minutes before the attack, i can't take it anymore. this osu professor was also one
>> i would like to see what all the circumstances are that lead to him to doing this. all the history that led up to it. student organizations, including one for somali students, coming together with the community on campus tuesday evening to show they are buckeyes strong. as investigators try to figure out if the motive was terror related, isis has claimed the suspect was a soldier of the islamic state. however, the terror group did not say if it directed the 18-year-old to carry out the lone wolf attack. ohio. ,shelley: at least 12 people are dead after a dormitory fire in turkey. turkish officials say the fire may have been sparked by an electrical problem. it happened in at middle school dormitory for girls in southern turkey. one teacher and 11 students were killed and 22 others were hurt. tom: firefighters continue to battle wildfires in tennessee that have now killed the fire three. spread quickly last night, being fueled by hurricane-force winds. the flames reached dollywood but
over 14,000 people have been forced to evacuate the tourist city of gatlinburg. >> it's difficult to go out into a community and try to protect and serve others when your own property and everything that you've worked for is burning down tom: and as one new hampshire fire crew returns from battling wildfires in georgia, another is getting ready to leave. they will spend the next two weeks in the south. shelley: switchingea about are very rainy weather. mike: beneficial. it started out slick but when you see that rain coming down, the ground is not frozen in southern new hampshire. if we can add an inch or two, not completely get rid of it but we will see that deficit dwindle. time lapse photos in warner. we had a bit of a wintry mix. snow, sleet, freezing rain. you know the story if you were
the exception, a couple of pockets right near 32 in and around the mount washington valley, northern part of the lakes region. watch out for some slick spots in those areas. otherwise it is just damp roads. fog to contend with and lingering showers. they will continue up north for a couple of hours before it dries out. in southern new hampshire, it and off until about midnight or 1:00 a.m. once we get past that timeframe, not much sitting back to our west. no more rain into the morning hours tomorrow. how about the temperatures? last night they were in the 20's to around 30. right now, 32 around 40. the wind is quite strong onshore and the ocean temperatures
we are cooler now and we will fall another two were three degrees. we remain above freezing as we advance into wednesday morning. cooler weather in the rockies. this is seasonably cool. look off to the east. mississippi valley. that is where we see the divide line. 50's, 60's, and 70's. we will not see 60's or 70's, but 50's not out of the question, especi mid 50's on thursday. the first day of december. what about the timeline for that next batch of rain? system one is about to move out. a lot of clouds filling in, but early tomorrow morning clouds quickly thinking and all of this juice in the atmosphere has to through new hampshire tomorrow afternoon to about daybreak on
half in some areas. we will put a dent in the drought. by the time get to thursday night and friday, we may see the extreme drought squashed all the way down into massachusetts. temperatures overnight tonight. not a big fall. they will hold steady around 40. a slow climb into the low to mid 40's under overcast skies. the rain fills in in the afternoon. some of it coming down at a good clip. wintry mix at the higher parts of the mountains. early thursday morning, temperatures jump into the low 50's. snow showers up north friday, saturday, some sunday. temperature slowly coast back to the average over the course of the weekend and a quiet start to
school in new hampshire. the badgers win 77-60. this is the number one play of the day from monday. malik monk with a great pass to wenyen gabriel, who throws down a reverse slam. wenyen is the freshman from manchester. he is leading new hampshire basketball into a little more prominence this year. kentucky is number one in the nation. the bruins played a good game saturday. they beat tampa bay 4-1. other than that, they have been struggling. they played the philadelphia flyers. the flyers in the orange. they got two goals late in the first period including their , captain on a power play. claude giroux with a one time for his fifth in the season. 2-0.
juicy rebound from the goalie steve mason. tuukka rask was doing his part to get the bruins a win. he makes a save on the penalty shot by yakima fore-check -- jakob voracek. the flyers take it 3-2. bu tonight in ottawa. he has been out with a high ankle sprain. he didn't waste much time getting a goal. he scored on a power play 9.5 minutes into the game. eichel is from north chelmsford and grew up playing youth hockey in nashua. eichel also picks up an assist and sabres win 5-4. the manchester monarchs played on the road at the adirondack thunder. they will play 15 times this
this is game number the monarchs seven. host the kalamazoo wings the saturday. rivals met in college hockey tonight. saint anselm college against snhu. hawks in blue. brendan kane makes a glove save. first goal of the game goes to the penmen. the penmen trying. power play, fires one home for the 2-0 lead . timothy bayliss scored the game-winner. snhu wins 3-2. it is the annual tradition. the jou yukica new hampshire chapter of the national football foundation held their annual huddle tonight. it's a chance for the high school coaches to get together and talk about the season gone by. congratulations to them.
continues. on to the second round of the playoffs. the guys are getting ready to go. they played james madison earlier in the year. >> my kids are playing confident. they believe in themselves. they always had. i think saturday's game will give a boost to what they are doing. >> we are playing a good team. we put 64 up on them and we just need to play like we did in the fourth quarter for four quarters. jamie: they had a big come back in that game. hopefully they have four strong quarters. tom: still to come on wmur news 9. shelley: completing a cross-country challenge. how much recycled percussion raised for new hampshire
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donated from people all over the country. spencer challenged his facebook fans to help him raise the money, and more than $10,000 came in to help granite state families. >> those people are the reason why we're here today, i'm not the hero in any of this, trust me. the people that donated, they're really the ones who made the effort. shelley: any family in need to get in contact with spencer on the recycled percussion facebook page. they'll be giving the gifts out at three locations on christmas day. tom: every child gets a gift this holiday season by helping the spirit of giving toy drive. it kicks off friday, december 2 and runs through the 4th at the toys-r-us locations in manchester and nashua and at the crossings in newington. you can give new, unwrapped toys for the toys for tots program. the need is particularly great for donations for children under three and older than ten. shelley: thanks for joining us
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