Insurance company claims no liability in Greenland shootout

 Thursday, October 11, 2012


Six months after Cullen Mutrie killed the town’s police chief, shot and wounded four drug task force officers, and shot his ex-girlfriend to death, many questions about the April 12 shootings remain unanswered. But according to the two investigators closest to the case, details about the police response, items seized from the home owned by Mutrie’s mother, ballistics tests and eyewitness accounts, will likely be made public Dec. 1. Meanwhile, an insurance company that sold homeowners and umbrella policies to Mutrie’s mother claims it is not responsible for the wounded officers’ injuries because the shootings weren’t a covered "occurrence" and were related to illegal activity.