GREENLAND, N.H. — The mother of a man who shot five police officers outside his New Hampshire home before taking his own life says her son will be remembered fondly by those who knew him personally.

Beverly Mutrie of Hampton told the Portsmouth Herald she hasn’t been contacted by law enforcement about the April 12 shootings. Authorities said Cullen Mutrie fatally shot Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney and wounded four other officers as the group tried to serve a search warrant.

Mutrie and a female companion, Brittany Tibbetts, later died in a murder-suicide.

Beverly Mutrie said Tuesday the people who really knew her son knew he was a good person. She still hasn’t had a funeral for him. She said she hasn’t been able to make any sense of the shootings.

The attorney general says Mutrie was selling “upward of 500″ oxycodone pills every few days.

A Hampton businesswoman, Beverly Mutrie said she’s heard the local talk about turning her Post Road home, the scene of the fatal gunfight, into a memorial park. She said she has no immediate plans for the property, according to the Herald.

The investigation into the shooting is still ongoing. Last week, officers obtained search warrants of the property and seized a 9 mm pistol and a .357 revolver, according to the AG’s office.

Also seized were glasses, rifles, a vest, cell phones, magazines, ammunition, cartridge casings, bullets, clothing, a holster, unspecified drugs, powder, a shotgun wad, a wallet, a bong, a digital scale, “green vegetative matter,” cash, medication, targets, lap tops, a camera and a shotgun shell, the Herald reported.

The associate attorney general said some of the items, including the rifles, may actually belong to law enforcement officers because the search involved Mutrie’s entire property.