New Hampshire State Police Clocks 2 Drunk Drivers at Over 100 MPH on I-93
A New Hampshire State Police trooper pulled over two drivers going well over 100 mph on Interstate 93 early Sunday morning, charging both with aggravated driving under the influence.
A Massachusetts man was clocked at 120 mph in Bow around 3:20 a.m. as he passed Trooper Zach Bilotta. Jacob Hulsoor, 25, of Boston's Dorchester section stopped was charged and taken to the Troop D barracks, where he was bailed and released on his own personal recognizance.
Earlier in the night, Bilotta stopped Lionel Desilva, 47, of Merrimac, Massachusetts, after he sped on I-93 in Concord at 100 mph. Desilvas was also charged and taken to the Troop D barracks, where he was bailed and released on his own personal recognizance.
Both were ordered to appear in Concord District Court at a later date.
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