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At approximately 0800 hours on 4-14-14, the Boscawen, NH Police Department investigated the complaint of a stolen motor vehicle from Queen St. in their locality, described as a green 1996 Chevrolet Blazer.  At approximately 0818 hours, Sgt. Ronald Taylor of the NH State Police, Troop D and a Franklin Officer observed the stolen vehicle northbound on Route 3, near Route 127 in Franklin and attempted to stop it.  The vehicle was operated by an unidentified lone male occupant.  The driver would not stop for police and increased its speed in an attempt to elude apprehension.  Officers pursued the vehicle northbound on Route 3A through Hill in coordination with other Troops and local agencies.  At approximately 0829 hours, officers from the Bristol Police Department successfully deployed a tire deflation device that caused the two front tires of the suspect vehicle to slowly deflate, and successfully brought the pursuit safely to an end within a half mile thereafter.  The driver was identified to be Shaun Michael Cook, age 36; a homeless man from the Plymouth, NH area.  He was arrested and taken into custody.  The Investigation revealed Cook was wanted on a felony parole violation with no bail and multiple misdemeanor warrants from the Plymouth Police Department.  Additionally, his privilege to drive in NH was found to be suspended.  Cook was transported to the Franklin Police Department where he was processed and refused bail on the following charges:  

Felony Receiving Stolen Property

Felony Reckless Conduct

Felony Parole Violation Warrant

Misdemeanor Disobeying a Police Officer

Violation Driving After Suspension

Misdemeanor False Imprisonment Warrant

Misdemeanor Criminal Threatening Warrant

Misdemeanor Simple Assault Warrant   


He was subsequently transported to the Merrimack County Jail without bail where he will be held pending arraignment.



On June 15, 2012 at approximately 12:29 pm, the New Hampshire State Police, Nelson Police and the Cheshire County Sheriff’s Department responded to Route 9 the Town of Nelson for a motorcycle verse motor vehicle collision.  Preliminary investigation reveals that a 2002 Honda Civic driven by James Rivadeneira of Salem, NH was traveling westbound on Route 9 in the Town of Nelson and crossed over the double solid yellow line and collided head-on with a 2010 Harley Davidson motorcycle which was traveling eastbound and driven by David Davis of Wynantskill, NY, a second Harley Davidson motorcycle which was driven by Carl Davino of Stuyvesant, NY was also traveling eastbound, collided with the motorcycle driven by David Davis after it had collided with the Honda Civic.

The operator of the Honda Civic, James Rivadeneira and the operator of the second Harley Davidson, Carl Davino were transported to Cheshire Medical in Keene to be treated for non-life threatening injuries.  David Davis, the operator of the Harley Davison motorcycle which collided with the Honda Civic was also transported to Cheshire Medical Center and died as a result of his injuries. The cause of the collision is still being investigated by members of Troop C and the New Hampshire State Police Traffic Accident Reconstruction Unit.  Anyone with any information, please call: NHSP – Troop C, TFC Michael Anger 223-8740.

On June 15th, 2012, at approximately 3:03 pm, New Hampshire State Police Troopers assigned to the Weirs for Bike Week, responded to a report of a collision between a pick up truck and a motorcycle. The collision was reported to be on Rollercoaster Road. Upon their arrival, both vehicles were located.  Investigation revealed that the pick-up truck operated by Craig Harrison age: 47 from Manchester, NH was driving eastbound. The motorcycle being operated by Jamie Bezanson age: 38 of Concord, NH was driving westbound. Bezanson crossed the centerline striking the pick-up truck on the driver’s side. Bezanson was pronounced dead on the scene by the NH Medical Examiner’s Office. Harrison was transported to Lakes Region General Hospital and treated for minor injuries.

The State Police were assisted on scene by Laconia Police and Fire Department and the NH State Police Technical Accident Reconstruction Unit.

On 06/15/2012 at 3:15 PM the New Hampshire State Police, Troop F received a report of a serious motor vehicle collision in the town of Dummer.  The collision occurred on Rt. 16 at the intersection with Dummer Pond Rd.  Investigation revealed that a Hyundai Elantra being driven northbound on Rt. 16 by Ashley Bailey, age 25, of Jay, ME crossed  the double yellow line and went into the southbound lane.  A Harley Davidson motorcycle being driven southbound by Thomas Zappulla, age 60, of Torrington, CT was struck by the northbound vehicle.  Zappulla was ejected from the motorcycle and was pronounced dead at the scene.  Bailey was transported to the Androscoggin Valley Hospital in Berlin, NH.  She is being treated for serious injuries but is in stable condition.  Bailey had three passengers in her vehicle, one of which was treated for minor injuries.

The New Hampshire State Police was assisted at the scene by the Berlin Police Department, NH Fish & Game and the Dummer and Milan Fire Departments.  The reason for Bailey being across the center line is still under investigation.  There is no further information at this time. 

At approximately 4:15 pm., June 15th, 2012, Troopers from State Police Troop B in Bedford responded to a reported motorcycle crash northbound on the Everett Turnpike near Exit 8 in Nashua.  Arriving Troopers located a single motorcycle in the center of the turnpike and several other vehicles stopped nearby.  Troopers located a single victim who was identified as Michael LOVERME age: 24, of Merrimack, NH.

LOVERME suffered severe trauma and was transported to Southern Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

Preliminary investigation indicates LOVERME was traveling on the Exit 8 onramp in an attempt to travel north on the F.E. Everett Turnpike.  Just prior to entering the highway, the motorcycle traveled across the median and entered the travel portion of the turnpike.  Several other vehicles made contact with the motorcycle. 

Troopers were assisted at the scene by personnel of the Nashua Police and Fire Departments and the NH Department of Transportation.

The Everett Turnpike was limited to the high speed breakdown lane for approximately 2 hours, until the high speed lane was opened.  Northbound traffic was diverted off exit 8 where Nashua Police re-routed them back northbound on the overpass.   Traffic flow was limited for approximately 4 1/2 hours for scene documentation.  The New Hampshire State Police Technical Accident Reconstruction Unit assisted Trooper Brian Viglione with the investigation.

The crash remains under investigation by Trooper Brian Viglione. Anyone with information pertaining to this incident is asked to contact him at Troop B at 603-666-3333. 

CHARLESTOWN — A Drewsville man was arrested early Saturday after allegedly crashing his car and fighting with a state trooper.  Police said Nicholas Smith, 23, was intoxicated when he crashed his car on Route 12A near the Langdon town line about 3 a.m. Saturday. When Trooper Brandon Dean arrived, Smith assaulted and injured the trooper, police said.

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NASHUA — A Hudson man who was allegedly driving north in the southbound lane of the F.E. Everett Turnpike early Saturday was charged by state police with drunk driving.

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ALTON, N.H.- A New Hampshire State Police trooper was hospitalized after a motorcycle crash on Saturday afternoon in Alton.  State police said the trooper was en route to Laconia for a public relations event with the fire department when the crash happened on Route 11.

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August 1, 2011
KEENE- Mr. Jason Raymond and Mrs. Kristi Raymond, both of Springfield, Vermont, were arrested on one count each of Forgery, a class A felony.  These arrests are the result of an investigation initiated in May of 2010, and involving the cooperation of several police agencies, to include the New Hampshire State Police, Troop-C, the Springfield Vermont Police Department and the Ludlow Vermont Police Department.  These charges are linked to a criminal conspiracy to defraud a local Sullivan County business of over $13,000.00 in cash which is alleged to have been motivated in part by underlying drug addictions.  The investigation remains open with the possibility of additional arrests.  Jason and Kristi Raymond are due to appear for arraignment in the Claremont District Court on today's date at 1300 hours.  Questions and / or additional information regarding this investigation can be directed to Trooper Eric Berube, of the New Hampshire State Police, Troop-C.

The Attorney General's Office and the New Hampshire state police Major Crimes Unit were investigating a home in Weare on Sunday.  River Road has been blocked off at both ends while officers conduct an investigation.  Officials are not commenting on the nature of the incident at this time.

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July 9, 2011
WILTON—Wayne Fisher, who was attacked last year by alleged ax murderer Glenn Rodgers, said everyone who knew Rodgers expected him to snap one day, but no one thought he'd kill his uncle, Noel St. Laurent.

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July 5, 2011
ACWORTH - At approximately 5:14 p.m. on July 5, 2011, the New Hampshire State Police responded to a motor vehicle crash on Cold Pond Road in Acworth.  Preliminary investigation revealed that Jasmine R. POSSIEL was operating a 2001 Ford Escort north on Cold Pond Road and then turned into the driveway of a residence. After turning into the driveway, POSSIEL collided with the residence. No one was inside the residence at the time of the crash.  POSSIEL was transported to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon for treatment of injuries sustained during the crash.  The New Hampshire State Police were assisted on scene by personnel from the Acworth Fire Department.  The crash remains under investigation at this time.  Anyone with information regarding the crash is urged to contact Trooper Jason Yarosz at Troop C in Keene at 603-358-3333.  No further information regarding this investigation will be released at this time.

June 30, 2011
MANCHESTER - At approximately 4:50 pm Trooper Matthew Lapierre of the Troop B barracks stopped a 1997 Buick Park Ave on Route 293 north in the city Manchester for an inspection violation.  The driver, produced a license but the Trooper quickly discovered that the driver was not the individual listed on the license.  The driver, later idetified as Stephen Dejoy, age 30, of Manchester, NH fled the scene on foot, running down a steep embankment of the highway.  The Trooper and a Manchester Police officer who had arrived to assist gave chase.  Dejoy lost his footing as he attempted to escape and fell down the embankment and into the Merrimack River.  Dejoy subsequently surrendered and was pulled from the river by Trooper Lapierre and arrested without further incident.

A small quantity of Herion was recovered while searching Dejoy at the time of his arrest.  In addition, it was learned that Dejoy was currently on parole and had a parole warrant in effect.  A female passenger in the vehicle, a Susan Sparks, age 41, of Manchester, NH, was also taken into custody and charged with Possession of a Narcotic Drug, Heroin.  Sparks made bail and is be due to appear in Manchester District Court on July 11, 2011.  

Dejoy was charged with Possession of a Narcotic Drug, Heroin; Disobeying a Police Officer; Resisting Arrest and a Parole Violation Warrant.  Dejoy is being held pending a Probable Cause hearing in Manchester District Court on a date to be determined.  In addition, Dejoy has a 72 hour parole violation hold from the Manchester Probation and Parole office.

June 28, 2011
HAMPTON- At approximately 7:30 p.m. Troopers from the Troop A Barracks in Epping were called to respond to a report of a motor vehicle crash at the Hampton Side Toll. It was reported that the crash involved 4 to 5 vehicles with unknown injury.

Initial investigation revealed that this was a 4 vehicle crash that occurred in the following manner. A 2005 Ford Expedition operated by Susan CEDENO of Sandown, NH age 36 was traveling into the Hampton Side Toll from Route 101 west. Ms. CEDENO stated that she felt ill and fainted. The Expedition then struck a 2011 Ford Edge operated by Michael VIGLIOTTE of Raymond, NH age 65 who was also traveling toward the Hampton Side Toll. The Expedition then continued into the Toll Plaza where it struck and traveled over a concrete barrier. After striking the barrier the Expedition then struck the left side of a 2003 Ford F-150 operated by Wayne COULL of Hooksett, NH age 46. This caused the F-150 to hit the rear of a 2011 Hyundai Sonata operated by Gregory MCPHAIL of Stratham, NH age 58.

Ms. CEDENO was transported to Exeter Hospital in Exeter with what appeared to be minor injuries at this time. The Expedition and Ford F-150 had to be towed from the scene. The Ford Edge and Hyundai were able to be driven.

It does not appear that speed or alcohol are factors in this crash however the exact cause remains under investigation. Anyone that may have further information related to this crash please contact Trooper Michael Shupe at 603-223-8490 or email at  Assisting at the scene were members of the Hampton Fire and Rescue.

While attempting to catch up with the vehicle Trooper Trask was flagged down by a motorcyclist who directed him to a specific driveway.  Trooper Trask turned up the driveway to 150 Londonderry Turnpike, the address of a Tree Service Company.  The vehicle was located abandoned at the top and was identified as a 2003 Ford Mustang. 

Workers from the company indicated that the driver of the vehicle had fled in a specific direction.  A State Police K9 was called to the scene and the subject was subsequenty apprehended without incident. The subject was identified as Craig FORD, Age 24, from Auburn, NH.  

FORD was subsequenlty charged with Reckless Driving, Disobeying a Police Officer and Open Alcohol Container.

June 28, 2011
HOOKSETT - At approximately 1622 hours, Trooper Trask was traveling on Route 28 in the town of Hooksett when he observed a black Ford Mustang approaching him while passing a tractor trailer unit in the opposite lane (solid line violation).  Trooper Trask activated his blue emergency lights in an attempt to stop the vehicle as it passed.  Upon reversing directions Trooper Trask observed the vehicle accelerating away from him, again in the opposite lane of travel. 

While attempting to catch up with the vehicle Trooper Trask was flagged down by a motorcyclist who directed him to a specific driveway.  Trooper Trask turned up the driveway to 150 Londonderry Turnpike, the address of a Tree Service Company.  The vehicle was located abandoned at the top and was identified as a 2003 Ford Mustang. 

Workers from the company indicated that the driver of the vehicle had fled in a specific direction.  A State Police K9 was called to the scene and the subject was subsequenty apprehended without incident. The subject was identified as Craig FORD, Age 24, from Auburn, NH.  FORD was subsequenlty charged with Reckless Driving, Disobeying a Police Officer and Open Alcohol Container.




Seventeen drivers were arrested overnight in a state police crackdown on impaired and dangerous drivers.

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March 17, 2011
SURRY- On Thursday, March 17, 2011 at approximately 0720 hours, NH State Police responded to Route 12 in the Town of Surry, near the entrance to the Keene Recycling Center for a motor vehicle collision - roll over.  The driver of the vehicle, Catherine ADAMS, 56, of Charlestown, NH was south bound on Route 12 when she lost control of the vehicle, the result of speed and icy road conditions.  ADAMS struck the snow bank off the east side of the roadway and rolled the vehicle completely over coming to rest in the upright position.

ADAMS was taken to the Cheshire Medical Center where she was treated for minor injuries.  Her passenger, Elizabeth MORWAY, 52, of Charlestown, NH, was taken by ambulance for treatment of serious injuries.  Neither occupant were wearing their seatbelts at the time of the collision, which is still under investigation. 

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March 04, 2011
GREENVILLE – A Massachusetts man was seriously injured Thursday morning when his car was struck by chunks of ice that flew off the truck ahead of him.  At around 7 a.m. on Thursday, Greenville Police and State Police Troop B responded to the report of a single vehicle crash on Route 31 at the Mason town line.

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March 02, 2011
Snow went horizontal, visibility plummeted and cars upended as winter -- not the sun-splashed, early March variety, but the frigid, snow-blasted mid-January winter version -- returned to New Hampshire Wednesday.

Temperatures dropped quickly as a cold front sped across the state in the afternoon, creating patches of highway ice. Accidents bottled up traffic for a couple hours on the southbound portion of Interstate 93 in Canterbury in the early evening, New Hampshire State Police said.

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February 28, 2011
SUTTON – Authorities opened one lane of southbound Interstate 89 just before 4 p.m. today, after partially clearing an accident that involved an 18-wheeler, state police said.

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February 24, 2011
EPPING – Police say a Dover man was drunk when he made a 13-mile drive from Hampton to Epping while traveling in the wrong direction on Route 101.  Christopher M. Hall, 40, of 43 Station Drive, faces numerous charges after allegedly trying to hit a state police trooper and eluding police while driving westbound in the eastbound travel lanes late Wednesday night. 

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February 16, 2011
CANDIA- A Candia woman was charged with driving the wrong way on Route 101 on Wednesday night, after drawing seven police cruisers to the divided highway in an effort to stop her, New Hampshire State Police said.

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February 13, 2011
NORTHFIELD, N.H. -- One man faces charges, including DUI, after an accident involving a state trooper.

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February12, 2011
LONDONDERRY – A single-vehicle crash north of Exit 5 of Interstate-93 led to the arrest of a Pelham man Friday night.  State Police arrested Kyle Doherty, 24, of Pelham and charged him with drunk driving, conduct after an accident and resisting arrest.

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February 11, 2011
WINDHAM – Looking to make a quick, illegal U-turn, the driver of a silver Ford Focus swerved through a lane of highway traffic Friday afternoon to use an emergency crossover, but not before causing a chain-reaction accident, New Hampshire State Police said.

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February 11, 2011
BRENTWOOD – A Salem woman who tried to flee from a state trooper in Derry, then struck another car on Interstate 93, has been indicted on felony reckless conduct and five other charges.

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February 04, 2011
BRENTWOOD –A key participant in the Department of Motor Vehicle bribery case became a star witness against at least 8 others charged with arranging new aliases for illegal immigrants and criminals through fraudulent driver's licenses.

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February 3, 2011
STRATHAM – A head-on crash on Route 33 involving two cars and tractor-trailer truck has sent three people to the hospital, including a child.  Members of the State Police Technical Accident Reconstruction Team assisted with the investigation at the scene.

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February 02, 2011
NASHUA – A driver told police she became confused at the sight of emergency lights, losing control of her vehicle and striking a New Hampshire State Police cruiser and pushing it about 100 feet forward Wednesday night, authorities said.

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January 22, 2011
MANCHESTER- On Saturday, January 22, 2011 at approximately 3:20 pm Trooper Matthew Lapierre stopped a 1999 Toyota Camry on the Exit 6 off ramp from 293 north for a speeding violation.  The driver was identified as Dorbor Nyonne, age 22, from Manchester, New Hampshire.  During the course of this stop, it was learned that Nyonne had a suspended license.  As the Trooper returned to the driver, an unidentified male passenger fled the scene on foot.  At the same time Nyonne put the vehicle into drive and accelerated onto the Exit 6 rotary.  The Trooper pursued the vehicle into the city of Manchester before Nyonne crashed into a snow bank at the corner of Canal Street and W Brook Street.  Nyoone then fled from his vehicle on foot and ran into a nearby apartment building.  Additional Troopers and Manchester Police Officers responded to the area and  Nyonne was apprehended a short time later as he ran from the front of the apartment building.  Nyonne drove at speeds over 70 mph and committed a number of moving violations, in addition to having a suspended license.

Nyonne was charged with Disobeying a Police Officer, Operating After Suspension, Reckless Operation, and multiple moving violations.  Nyoone is being held on $1,000.00 cash bail and in lieu of bail he will be arraigned in Manchester District Court on Monday, January 24, 2011.  In addition, Nyonne is currently out on bail from Salem, Derry and Candia Courts for other motor vehicle violations.  The identity of the passenger remains unknown and no charges are pending on this individual.    

January 21, 2011
HAMPTON, N.H. --At least 15 vehicles, including two tractor-trailers, were involved in an accident on Interstate 95 southbound in Hampton on Friday afternoon, police said.

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January 16, 2011
DEERFIELD – An 82-year-old Epping woman died Sunday afternoon when the car she was a passenger in crossed the center line on Route 107 and slammed into a pickup truck, New Hampshire State Police said.

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January 15, 2011
WEARE, N.H. -- Weare police said there were three people injured in a crash on the 400 block of Concord Stage Road involving a minivan and a sedan, including an eleven year old girl who was thrown from the vehicle.

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January12, 2011
WINDHAM – A 19-year-old from Woburn, Mass., was killed and four others were injured when an SUV rolled over on Interstate 93 Tuesday night, police said.  According to a New Hampshire State Police press release, the single-vehicle crash happened at 5:15 p.m. on I-93 south in Windham.

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January 07, 2011
FRANCONIA – A Whitefield man was killed Friday morning when his SUV crossed over the center line and struck a logging truck in an accident that closed a stretch of U.S. Route 3 for hours.  According to state police reports, travelers began reporting the accident just before 9:30 a.m., about three miles south of Trudeau Road in Bethlehem.

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January 06, 2011
OSSIPEE – Police brought a SWAT team and an armored vehicle to a home on Nichols Road Thursday morning after receiving a call that a man there wanted in connection with an armed robbery in Massachusetts had overdosed on prescription medication. 

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January 04, 2011
ASHLAND – A Plymouth woman was hospitalized Tuesday night after losing control of her SUV on a slick Interstate 93, New Hampshire State Police said. 

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January 04, 2011
PEMBROKE – Police have released the names of the four other people involved in a fatal crash that occurred on Route 3 Monday night. 

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January 02, 2011
NASHUA- On Sunday, January 2, 2011 at approximately 8:26 pm State Police Dispatch received a call from a motorist reporting a 2000 Oldsmobile Silhouette Van traveling north on Route 293 in the city of Manchester.   This vehicle was reportedly driving erratically and had struck a guardrail on the highway.  A Trooper assigned to the area spotted this vehicle as it exited the highway at Exit 5, Granite Street.  The Trooper activated his emergency lights and attempted to stop this vehicle in Manchester.  This vehicle refused to stop as it traveled through the west side of Manchester.  Manchester Police Department assisted and was joined by additional State Police units as the pursued vehicle traveled back onto Route 293 south from Exit 6.  State Police units continued to pursue this vehicle as it traveled south on 293 to the FE Everett Turnpike south into Bedford.  This vehicle crashed into the guard rail in multiple locations on the Everett Turnpike but continued south into Nashua.  Local agencies from Bedford, Merrimack and Nashua deployed tire deflation devices and were able to slow the pursuit as it entered Nashua.  This vehicle continued driving recklessly with two deflated tires and refused to stop.   The heat and sparks from driving on the rims at a high rate of speed caused the undercarriage to ignite.  The operator continued driving until it was clear that smoke and flames were entering the passenger compartment of the vehicle.  The driver pulled onto the Exit 6 off ramp and surrendered to arresting Troopers without further incident.  State Police Troopers with assistance from the above agencies pursued this vehicle for nearly 17 miles.

The driver was identified as Matthew Snow, age 30, of D Street in Manchester.   He was charged with Felony Reckless Conduct, Aggravated Driving Under the Influence of Drugs, Operating After Suspension Subsequent Offense, Conduct after an Accident, Disobeying a Police Officer, and multiple moving violations.  Snow refused bail and will appear in Manchester District Court in the morning.  In addition, Snow has a 72 hour parole violation hold from Manchester Probation and Parole office.

December 31, 2010
LONDONDERRY – A five car collision halted rush-hour traffic on Interstate 93 Thursday evening, sending three victims to a local hospital and bringing the flow of commuter vehicles to a grinding halt.

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December 28, 2010
NASHUA – A state trooper suffered minor injuries Monday when his police cruiser was struck from behind on the Everett Turnpike. 

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November 22, 2010
A state trooper suffered minor injuries Monday when his police cruiser was rear-ended by another vehicle.

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