High visibility DUI patrol in Concord results in 9 arrests

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CONCORD –– A high visibility DWI Enforcement Saturation patrol in the Greater Concord area led to the stop of 118 vehicles and 9 arrests on Saturday, from 9:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m.

The initiative was funded and sponsored by the NH Office of Highway Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

The patrol was conducted by State Troopers from the Troop D barracks, who stopped vehicles for a variety of motor vehicle offenses.

The arrests were made for individuals charged with various violations, including aggravated DUI, DUI, speed violations, driving after suspension/revocation-DUI, lane control, open container, and electronic bench warrant.

Among those charged were Russell Dellapenna, 29, of East Hampton, MA, Patrick Mack, 25, of Swanzey, NH, David Billings, 44, of Methuen, MA, Timothy McGordon, 36, and Jessica Brennan, 33, both from Manchester, NH, Andrew Paquette, 22, of Chichester, NH, Brian Martin, 39, of Merrimack, NH, Issac Pease-Rivera, 22, also from Manchester, NH, and Brianna Thibeault, 27, of Tilton, NH.

The New Hampshire State Police has taken an aggressive stance to prevent persons from driving when impaired.

New Hampshire has some of the most aggressive laws in the country to fight impaired driving and the law enforcement community will use those tools to their fullest extent to ensure the safety of citizens and visitors when operating their vehicles on local roadways.

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