NHSP: NO FATAL CRASHES NEW YEAR’S EVE

by Gair on January 2, 2013

NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE POLICE SAY THERE WERE NO FATAL CRASHES AROUND THE STATE NEW YEAR’S EVE – AND THEY THANK EVERYONE WHO TRAVELED SAFELY AND COURTEOUSLY.

DIRECTOR COL. ROBERT QUINN SAYS HIGHLY TRAINED STATE TROOPERS STEPPED UP ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS AROUND THE STATE MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH 3 A.M. TUESDAY.

THEIR EFFORTS RESULTED IN 15 ARRESTS FOR DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE AND 10 OTHER ARRESTS.

TWO OF THE ARRESTS INVOLVED RESIDENTS OF THE VALLEY, INCLUDING 33-YEAR-OLD DIANE BOVEE OF OSSIPEE, WHO IS CHARGED WITH POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED DRUG – AND 28-YEAR-OLD JUSTIN DACEY OF EFFINGHAM, WHO IS CHARGED WITH DUI.

QUINN SAYS SEVERAL ERRATIC AND IMPAIRED DRIVERS WERE PULLED OVER AFTER RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS REPORTED THEY WERE NOT DRIVING SAFELY.

HE SAYS HIS TROOPERS APPRECIATE THE ASSISTANCE FROM THE PUBLIC IN REMOVING IMPAIRED DRIVERS FROM THE ROADS – THAT HIS DEPARTMENT IS COMMITTED TO ENSURING SAFE TRAVEL – AND IT WILL CONTINUE ITS EFFORTS IN 2013 TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF TRAFFIC CRASHES.

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