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Police investigating after Fall River man shot and killed during confrontation with officers

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Massachusetts State Police and Bristol County prosecutors are investigating the Monday night fatal police officer-involved shooting of a 30-year-old Fall River man.

The Bristol County District Attorney’s Office stated that the investigation is only in its preliminary stages.

On Monday, at approximately 5:10 p.m., Fall River Police responded to a call from a Lowell Street resident regarding a domestic incident. Responding officers spoke with a female complainant who said she was the victim of a domestic assault. She said her boyfriend, Anthony Harden, had assaulted her on Saturday, November 20th.

Officers then made their way to Harden’s apartment, located at 120 Melville Street, arriving at approximately 6:05 p.m. After police were allowed entry into the apartment, an altercation took place between Harden and the police. At some point during the struggle, two shots were fired by an officer. A knife was found at the scene.

The two officers immediately rendered aid to Harden and called for an ambulance, which arrived two minutes later. Harden was rushed to St. Anne’s Hospital, where he later died.

Due to the investigation being in its early stages, no additional information was released.

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