HOLLIS — Two Nashua area residents were arrested on separate occasions for driving under the influence over the holiday weekend, according to the Hollis Police Department.
Late Saturday night, a patrol officer at Hollis Auto on Ash St. noticed a vehicle speeding eastbound with nonfunctioning tail lights.
After pulling the car over on Broad St., the officer identified the driver as Jennifer Yeam, 38, of Nashua.
Signs of impairment were evident, and following an investigation at the scene, Yeam was arrested.
She was transported to the Hollis Police Department, processed, and later released on personal recognizance bail.
Yeam faces an aggravated DUI charge for having a blood alcohol concentration of .16, twice the legal limit of .08.
Her arraignment is set at the 9th Circuit Court, Nashua District.
In a separate incident, a Hollis officer conducting patrol on Broad St. observed a vehicle crossing the double solid yellow line.
The driver, identified as Crystal Franciosi, 49, of Hollis, was stopped and subsequently arrested after the officer developed probable cause to believe she was driving under the influence of alcohol.
Franciosi was also taken to the Hollis Police Department for processing and released on PR bail.
She faces charges for DUI and a yellow line violation, with her arraignment scheduled at the 9th Circuit Court, Nashua District.