New Hampshire State Police lately arrested a Corvette driver for going 161 mph in a 70-mph zone and charged him with two counts of reckless driving.
Police say that State Trooper Shawn Slaney initially noticed the orange sports activities automobile zoom by on the I-93 close to Ashland, clocking it at 161 mph on his radar gun — a surprising 90 mph over the 70-mph pace restrict.
The trooper was not in a position to meet up with the automobile as a consequence of its “excessive charge of pace” and alerted native police departments within the space by a be looking out (BOLO) alert.
Minutes later, calls got here in over police radio citing “a number of sports activities automobiles, together with the orange automobile, driving erratically at excessive charges of pace, practically inflicting crashes,” in line with a Fb publish from the state police.
An officer with the Woodstock Police Division heard the printed and waited on the freeway 22 miles down the freeway from Ashland for the automobile to go on its pleasure journey. State police mentioned that this time, the Corvette was recorded driving at a pace of 130 mph.
The identical officer positioned the automobile down the highway at Exit 32, the place it was caught in site visitors. He was then lastly in a position to cease the automobile.
Trooper Slaney arrived shortly after and arrested the driving force, handing him a summons for 2 counts of reckless driving and one rely of disobeying an officer.
The motive force was recognized as Alejandro Zapata-Rebello, a 30-year-old from Danbury, Connecticut. Zapata-Rebello awaits a courtroom date in Plymouth courtroom on September 22.
In line with Chevrolet, the Corvette’s prime pace is 194 mph.