Two men have been arrested and another remains at large after a shooting erupted in a Manchester neighborhood Monday Afternoon.
Manchester Police have charged Christopher G. Kean, 47, of 257 Gray Street and his son, Christopher J. Kean, of 196 Cedar Street with felony reckless conduct according to the Manchester Police blog.
A third man who is still at large is identified as Jose Miranda, of 221 Wilson Street 2nd floor. Police told WMUR News 9 that the shooting took place in the 200 block of Wilson Street.
Police allege that as Jose Miranda, 21, was pushing his 5-month-old baby in a stroller, Christopher Kean, 19, who was in his car in the area of Hayward and Wilson Streets, yelled something out at Miranda, Kean told police according to the New Hampshire Union Leader.
The two men have had differences in the past including Kean accusing Miranda of stealing a firearm from Kean’s home during a burglary the Union Leader stated.
Kean told police that after he yelled at Miranda, he stopped his car near Miranda and said, “Let’s clear the air on something,” the Union Leader reported. Miranda’s response was to reach into a diaper bag, pull out a handgun, reach through the window of the car and point the gun at the younger Kean’s head the Union Leader said.
Kean told police he was able to knock the gun out of Miranda’s hand and speed away. Kean said he heard a shot ring out as he drove away the Union Leader stated. Then, instead of calling 911, Kean went to see his father, retrieved a firearm and he and his father went looking for Miranda.
Read the conclusion here.
Sources: Manchester Police Department blog
New Hampshire Union Leader
WMUR News 9
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