2Nd man arrested in Clinton police officer's death, faces tamper

2Nd man arrested in Clinton police officer's death, faces tamper

2Nd man arrested in Clinton police officer's death, faces tamper

The officer told him he knew the answer to his own question.

Noble saw the safe was damaged, began acting "suspicious", and asked what type of gun was used in the murder. Noble then "stared" at the officer for about a minute, "blankly", before the officer asked again and he said that he knew where the weapon was. Police say Noble acted like he was visibly upset and faked crying.

The officer says: "I asked him why he was fake crying and he said he had sold the firearm to McCarthy". Noble told police the day he bought the gun, he gave it to McCarthy.

As the officers were getting ready to leave, one of them asked Noble if he knew where the gun was. Police then made contact with McCarthy, taking him into custody without incident.

He then told them that he had been out Sunday night, but when he came home about 2 a.m. Monday he found the rifle inside the doorway. He said he told his wife he needed to take out the trash and instead drove to a creek about two miles north of Clinton, where he threw it into the water.

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The felony is punishable by up to four years in the Department of Corrections.

A $25,000 cash only bond has been requested. Investigators on Wednesday still were trying to retrace McCarthy's whereabouts during his two days on the run and determine if he had any help eluding authorities, Lowe said.

Suspect Ian McCarthy was arrested Tuesday after he was spotted walking down Route U with a gunshot wound.

Michael was gunned down during a traffic stop in Clinton late Sunday night. Before shots were fired, Michael managed to give a description of a dark SUV with Missouri plates, which is registered to McCarthy, according to a probable cause statement.

Ian McCarthy, the man with a long criminal history in New Hampshire who is accused of shooting to death a Clinton, Mo., police officer, will plead innocent to the charges today, according to his public defender.

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