A New Year's Day traffic enforcement initiative by New Hampshire State Police led to summons for 15 drivers clocked at over 90 mph.

The New Hampshire State Police airplane was up over Interstate 95 between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m., monitoring traffic in Greenland and allowing for "enhanced detection of potential violations." 64 motor vehicle violations were found, including two reckless operation summonses for speeds exceeding 100 MPH.

Jameson Martinez, 21, of Saugus, Massachusetts, was charged with driving while intoxicated while Nico Dicenso, 20, also of Saugus, was charged with possession of a false government identification. Both were arrested and posted bail.

"The success of this New Year's Day initiative on Interstate 95 showcases the New Hampshire State Police's commitment to ensuring the safety of all motorists," the department said in a statement.

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