New Hampshire police arrest eight in traffic safety saturation patrol

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BEDFORD — On March 16, New Hampshire State Police Troop B officers conducted a high-visibility saturation patrol targeting aggressive and impaired drivers along the Everett Turnpike and Interstates 293 and 93, leading up to St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.

During the operation, which extended into the early hours of March 17, troopers stopped a total of 75 vehicles for various offenses.

The focused enforcement resulted in eight arrests, half of which were for driving under the influence.

The individuals arrested for DUI include Chester Mazieka, 68, of Derry; Sandu Moraru, 63, of Manchester; Brad Nicholson, 44, of Seabrook; and Cameron Giampetruzzi, 28, also of Manchester.

Additional charges were filed against other motorists, including reckless operation against Matthew Cote, 34, of Lowell, Massachusetts; operating after suspension charged to Lyon Cumerlatto, 21, of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, and Yaritiza Trinidad, 28, of Cambridge, Massachusetts; and Jack Jerome, 19, of Barrington, New Hampshire, faced charges of negligent driving and transporting alcohol as a minor.

State police have announced that similar enforcement efforts will continue into the spring with the intent to increase traffic safety and reduce roadway incidents in southern New Hampshire.

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