ROCHESTER — City resident Brandon Dexter, 26, is facing numerous prices right after swerving all about the street during an attempt to elude a trooper late Friday night prior to his motor vehicle unsuccessful, in accordance to New Hampshire State Police.
Trooper Gary Wood Jr. very first noticed Dexter’s vehicle about 11:40 p.m. Wooden was stopped at the intersection of 10 Rod Road and North Major Road, in which he noticed a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee pass by him with no registration plates connected and no functioning taillights, law enforcement said.
Police said Dexter accelerated away and appeared to be trying to elude Wood, who drove to capture up and observed the driver was owning “major lane regulate concerns,” law enforcement explained. The vehicle turned on to Twombly Street and then west onto Route 202A. Wooden attempted to the end the motor vehicle, with no influence, and a pursuit was initiated, law enforcement said.
As the Grand Cherokee traveled West on Route 202A, it amplified its speed in a ongoing tried to distance itself from Wooden, law enforcement claimed. The Grand Cherokee then suffered a mechanical failure to its drivetrain, police said, disabling the car and bringing it to a stop on Route 202A around Fiddlehead Lane. Police claimed the occupants have been taken into custody without having even more incident.
Dexter was charged with aggravated driving when intoxicated, disobeying an officer, driving after suspension subsequent offense and driving an unregistered motor vehicle. He was introduced on bail and is scheduled to show up in the 7th Circuit court in Rochester Feb. 10 for arraignment.
State Police mentioned they have been assisted by the Rochester Law enforcement Department. They check with any one with facts to contact Wood at (603) 223-4381 or [email protected].