NEW HAMPTON, N.H. - A 26-year-old Vermont man has been arrested for his role in multiple hit-and-run crashes and driving drunk, New Hampshire State Police say.
On Tuesday afternoon, troopers in New Hampshire received several reports of a car driving erratically on I-93 northbound between Concord and New Hampton. The driver of a 2015 Hyundai Sonata was reportedly weaving lane to lane, tailgating, and passing in the breakdown lane.
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Soon after, a trooper saw the car driving erratically in Holderness and pulled him over in Campton. The trooper then learned this vehicle had also struck two vehicles, causing heavy damage, and had left the scene of both collisions.
The driver, 26-year-old Robert Harris of St. Johnsbury, Vermont, did field sobriety tests and was then arrested and charged with DWI-subsequent, conduct after an accident, reckless driving and resisting arrest or detention for fighting with the trooper during the booking process.
The investigation is ongoing. Anyone who may have witnessed these incidents is asked to call New Hampshire State Police at (603) 223-8767.
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