New Hampshire’s BOW On February 4, 2024, the New Hampshire State Police Special Enforcement Unit used a State Police aircraft to detain a 17-year-old juvenile for speeding on Interstate 93 North in the Town of Bow. It was a stunning example of law enforcement technology in action.
The State Police took fast action after witnessing the minor driving a 2015 Toyota Highlander at a frightening 110 mph while dodging through dense traffic. When the car was pulled over, the teenage driver and five passengers—including a few minors—were located inside, along with alcoholic beverages.
Following that, the operator was accused of speeding, reckless driving, and small-scale alcohol transportation. A Bail Commissioner freed the minor on their own recognizance after the charges. On March 15, 2024, at 8:00 a.m., the person is expected to appear before the 6th Circuit Court – District Division Concord.
Three other minors were placed in protective custody during the incident, in addition to the charges against the operator, highlighting the grave dangers associated with such careless behavior on the roadways.
The New Hampshire State Police Special Enforcement Unit uses cutting-edge technology, notably the State Police Aircraft, to efficiently monitor and address infractions. The unit is well-known for its commitment to traffic law enforcement, highway safety, and crash reduction. This incident emphasizes how important specialist units and technology are to maintaining both the well-being of New Hampshire’s citizens and the safety of its roads.