Manchester man arrested for reckless driving, multiple active warrants

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MANCHESTER — A local man was arrested on charges of reckless driving and multiple active warrants after leading police on a pursuit through the city streets.

Michael Neuberger of Goffstown was apprehended by Manchester Police on Dec. 17 after a failed attempt to pull him over for a traffic violation.

According to authorities, Neuberger accelerated down Spruce Southback Alley, nearly causing a collision with another vehicle.

The officer initially pursued Neuberger but stopped the chase for safety reasons.

An investigation revealed that Neuberger was driving a vehicle borrowed from an acquaintance and had not returned it.

The vehicle owner’s report and Neuberger’s description matched the details of the earlier pursuit.

Police later found Neuberger asleep in the same car and took him into custody.

He faces charges including Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, Disobeying a Police Officer, Driving After Revocation/Suspension, and Reckless Operation.

At the time of his arrest, Neuberger had six active warrants out for his arrest, five for felony theft and one for felony robbery, all issued from Hillsborough County.

Neuberger was also out on bail for a prior arrest earlier in the month.

Neuberger is set to appear for arraignment on Dec. 18 at Hillsborough Superior Court North.

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