New Hampshire State Police enforce traffic laws on I-95 using aircraft

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GREENLAND — On Jan. 1, New Hampshire State Police launched a traffic enforcement initiative on Interstate 95 using their #NHSP airplane to ensure the safety of motorists in Greenland.

The operation targeted traffic violations and resulted in 64 motor vehicle violations between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m., two arrests, and multiple summonses.

One arrest involved Jameson Martinez, 21, of Saugus, Massachusetts, for Driving While Intoxicated.

Martinez was released on bail and is scheduled to appear in the 10th Circuit Court – Hampton District on Jan. 18.

Nico Dicenso, 20, also from Saugus, Massachusetts, was arrested for possessing a false government identification.

Dicenso was bailed and will appear in court on Feb. 8.

State troopers issued two summonses for reckless operation for speeds exceeding 100 mph and addressed 15 violations for driving 90 mph or higher.

This reflects the State Police’s dedication to reducing dangerous driving and promoting highway safety.

The success of the New Year’s Day initiative demonstrates the New Hampshire State Police’s ongoing commitment to public safety and their specialized capabilities, including the use of an aircraft for traffic law enforcement.

The State Police Special Enforcement Unit, responsible for traffic safety and crash reduction, led this initiative.

The New Hampshire State Police urge motorists to prioritize safety, obey traffic laws, and report any suspicious or dangerous activities by dialing 9-1-1.

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