NHSP ramps up Everett Turnpike patrols, makes three arrests

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NASHUA — New Hampshire State Police Troop B intensified their presence on the Everett Turnpike during peak commuting hours from March 4 to March 8, pulling over 100 vehicles for a variety of infractions.

The operation, dubbed “Operation Turnpike Protection,” marked its second consecutive week of heightened enforcement aimed at curbing speed and aggressive driving on the busy highway.

During the course of the week, troopers made three arrests.

James York, 37, of Derry, was taken into custody for operating without a valid license and having an unregistered vehicle.

Shane Donovan, 24, from Tyngsboro, Massachusetts, faced charges of aggravated DUI after being clocked at 30 miles per hour over the speed limit.

Alphonso Walker, 26, of Manchester, was arrested for driving after suspension, misuse of plates, and outstanding bench warrants.

The initiative is part of a broader effort to enhance road safety on the Everett Turnpike.

These enforcement efforts are set to continue throughout March and into the spring season, as authorities work to ensure safer travel for commuters.

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