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Jul 6, 2016 6:15 PM

UPDATE: Son of former NH police detective with charged with attempted murder

MANCHESTER - The son of a retired Manchester Police detective has been charged with attempted murder, one of many pending charges the man has.

Logan Howe, 18, of Manchester, was arraigned on Tuesday for allegedly firing a shotgun toward an acquaintance from less than 40 feet away. The incident happened back on March 23 shortly after midnight at a home on Ashmere Drive in Manchester.

The bullet missed and hit a shutter at the front of the home, police said.

Howe was held on $250,000 cash-only bail and was ordered to remain at Hillsborough County Jail, where he was already being held on other pending charges.

He is also the son of retired Manchester Police Detective Stacey Howe.

According to court documents, the existing charges are extensive, citing incidents from this May and June. They include resisting arrest, theft, false report to a law enforcement officer, simple assault, and multiple counts of receiving stolen property.

Of these, Howe is facing three felonies and and five Class A misdemeanors pending against him. He's also racked up at least $268,000 worth of bail.

He was committed to Hillsborough County Jail on June 20 and will remain there until his next court appearance, which is scheduled for July 12.

Manchester Police were not available Wednesday to comment on the attempted murder investigation or Howe's arrest.

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