UPDATE: Man shot by NH officers released on bail after facing 6 charges
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HOPKINTON — A Vermont man shot by officers after he allegedly stole a car will be released on bail, restricting him to the states of New Hampshire and Vermont according to court documents.
Merrimack Superior Court documents state that Bryan Evans, 31, from Quchee, Vermont, was released on a $40,000 cash bail on May 26.
According to a report by the Concord Monitor, Evans may also be facing additional charges and bail in Vermont once released from the hospital.
At the time of his arrest, Evans was driving a 2017 Toyota Camry, "knowing that it had been stolen or believing that it had been probably stolen, with a purpose to deprive the owner," court documents read.
Evan's bail will require him to refrain from any use of alcohol or controlled drugs and he cannot possess a firearm.
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