Records: Bedford man has history with police, guns
BEDFORD - The man identified as the husband and father of the household at 17 Mcafee Farm Road in Bedford has history with police and guns, online public records show.
The bodies of 3 people were found at the address on Saturday morning after someone called 911 saying they found a dead adult woman.
The identities of those found dead have not yet been confirmed by the Attorney General's office, but public tax records say the home is owned by Nina Obukhov.
Obukhov is the mother of two young daughters who are connected to the Riddle Brook School in Bedford. She is also the wife of Alexey "Alex" Obukhov, the president of Collectable Arms & Ammo II Corp. located at 619 Daniel Webster Highway in Merrimack.
In a report filed with the state just last month, Obukhov identifies the address as his office.
A NH Supreme Court decision filed in November 2014 sided with Obukhov, allowing him to carry a concealed weapon, who had filed a civil lawsuit against Bedford Police Chief John Bryfonski for denying him an application to do so.
The decision said Obukhov was arrested on August 24, 2013, following an alleged domestic violence assault against his wife, and the Bedford Police Department seized guns and ammunition from his home.
However, Nina Obukhov decided to invoke her right to the Fifth Amendment - and all criminal charges against her husband, Alexey, were dismissed.
Workers at the ammunition store wouldn't comment Sunday about the ongoing investigation at his home.
Neighbors tell NH1 News they feel terrible for what happened next door.
"Very friendly. Kids were good kids. Well behaved, always seemed to be happy," said Mitch Debonville, who lives two houses down.
Grief counselors were expected at town schools Monday.
Confirmation of the identities of the victims is pending.