Over the weekend, a New Hampshire State Trooper in Hill was monitoring traffic when a truck sped by doing 82 in a 50-mile-per-hour zone, according to a Facebook post from the New Hampshire State Police. The truck reportedly pulled over.

Other than allegedly going very fast… nothing out of the ordinary. But then things got interesting.

After the officer turned on her lights, the truck pulled over, did a “burnout” in the middle of the road, and took off, according to police.

And suddenly, we had a high-speed chase in New Hampshire.

Police said in the Facebook post that the pursuit continued on several different roads in Hill until finally, the truck crashed into a snowbank and came to a stop.

Crazy, right? It gets crazier.

From there, the driver took off on foot before finally being taken into custody, according to police.

NH State Police via Facebook
NH State Police via Facebook

That's the first time I've seen someone's clothes enter a plea.

Police stated in the post that the suspect was charged with: operating after certification as a habitual offender, reckless conduct with a deadly weapon, possession of a controlled drug, deal/possession of prescription drugs, resisting arrest/detention, reckless operation, disobeying a police officer, and having an unregistered vehicle.

That’s a lot of t-shirts!

If you think you may have any information related to this incident, check out the New Hampshire State Police’s Facebook post.

And if you’re planning to speed, maybe consider a more sympathetic t-shirt. Such as:

I really have to pee!

My dogs get scared when I’m not home!

At least I didn’t rob a New Hampshire bank dressed as a tree!

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