CONCORD — A 36-year-old man from New Hampshire was arrested on multiple warrants in Concord on Sunday.
Police say they observed a suspicious vehicle operating on Route 106 in the area of Autumn Drive.
The vehicle was seen trying to elude officers by pulling into the driveway of a private residence and extinguishing its lights.
Patrol officers contacted the two occupants of the vehicle.
The driver was identified as Thomas Mceneany, of Pembroke, NH.
Mceneany was wanted on several outstanding arrest warrants issued by the State of New Hampshire Parole Board, the Hooksett Police Department, the Allenstown Police Department, and the Portsmouth District Court.
He was taken into custody on the outstanding warrants.
As a result of the investigation, he was also charged by the Concord Police Department with armed career criminal, possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, felon in possession of a dangerous weapon, driving after revocation or suspension, and disobeying a police officer.
The passenger was not arrested and was released from the scene.
Mceneany refused the services of a bail commissioner and was transported to the Merrimack County Jail.
He was arraigned in the Merrimack County Superior Court yesterday.