Chilling details revealed about New Hampshire hospital shooting
NEW HAMPSHIRE (WGME) – There are chilling new details about what led up to the shooting at a New Hampshire hospital.
The man accused of killing his mother appeared in court Wednesday afternoon.
48-year-old Travis Frink is accused of shooting and killing his 70-year-old mother, Pamela Ferriere, Tuesday.
According to court documents, she was in the intensive care unit of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center recovering from an aneurysm, and was supposed to be released on Friday.
Frink is charged with first-degree murder and made his first court appearance Wednesday afternoon.
According to court paperwork, he signed into the hospital at 1:15 p.m. and went up to the fourth floor where his mother was staying.
Frink's stepfather, Ferriere's husband, was in the room and told police Frink asked for time alone with his mom, which she said was ok.
When he started leaving, he heard his wife yell, and when he looked back he says he saw Frink pointing a gun and then firing several shots.
A 23-year-old nurse was also in the room and called 911.
She told police Frink did not say a word after the shooting, put the gun in a bag he'd been holding and walked out of the room.
Frink is being held without bail, he's ordered to have no contact with his step-father.