NH Man Operating After Suspension Clocked Speeding 106 MPH
The Hanover, New Hampshire man is accused of reckless operation after speeding on I-93.
According to the Portsmouth Patch, 32 year-old Nathaniel Neroni was in quite the hurry Monday afternoon. He was clocked doing 106 mph while New Hampshire State Police's Special Enforcement Unit was monitoring traffic from both the ground and air on Veterans Day. Lt. Sean Haggerty said Neroni was travelling "at an extremely high rate of speed." The driver of the Saab 9-3 was reportedly travelling south on 93, so there seems to be bit of poetry within the incident itself.
Not that anyone should be barreling down a populated stretch of highway at over 100 miles per hour, but if you're already not supposed to be operating a vehicle, you might want to tone it down. Especially when the vehicle you're in is also in trouble. According to Portsmouth Patch, Neroni was also charged with operating after a suspension of revocation, and operating with a suspended registration. Hopefully, he will know enough not to drive when due in Concord District Court on Dec. 19.