In crime news, two men were arrested on Sunday and Monday in two separate incidents in New Hampshire and Vermont. First, a man from Malden, Massachusetts was arrested on Sunday around 6:30 PM when he was clocked going 117 MPH on I-89 in Sunapee. New Hampshire state troopers from Keene charged 30-year old Sachin Rajan with Reckless Operation and his arraignment is scheduled for July 12th in Newport District Court.
Across the river in Vermont, Monday morning at 2:45 AM, Vermont State Police conducted a traffic stop on I-91 in Rockingham for speeding. Police say that during the traffic stop, troopers learned that Christopher Henry of Bradford, NH was intoxicated while operating the vehicle. He submitted to a breath sample test and it was revealed that his BAC was 0.143%. He was arrested and charged with DUI and then transported to the Rockingham State Police barracks.
Henry was processed for the law violation and was issued a citation to appear in Windham County Superior Court on June 14th.
Memorial Day weekend has notoriously been known for drunk driving and dangerous driving incidents.