A gunman opened fire during a Saturday morning wedding ceremony at a New Hampshire Pentecostal church, striking two people before fast-thinking guests “gang tackled” and “subdued the shooter” until police arrived, Pelham Police Chief Joseph Roark said. The suspect, identified as 37-year-old Dale Halloway, has been arrested in connection with the attack at the New England Pentecostal Church. Police have not revealed any potential motive but said the shooting was not random. “A coward walked into my family’s church today at NEP New England Pentecostal Church and shot my uncle Bishop Stanley Choate I call for anyone that knows and believes and In the GOD we serve to get on your knees and pray for my family,” Neivia Choate, the niece of the church’s bishop, wrote on Facebook Saturday.
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