Seabrook man faces felony charges after Hampton road rage incident

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HAMPTON — A Seabrook man was arrested Monday morning following a reported road rage incident in which he allegedly brandished a firearm at another driver on Towle Farm Road.

Hampton Police Department officers responded to the scene near 110 Towle Farm Road around 7:40 a.m. after receiving a complaint of criminal threatening.

The reporting party claimed to have been threatened with a gun by the driver of another vehicle during a potential road rage altercation.

The alleged victim was able to follow the suspect to a nearby business parking lot and contacted the police.

Authorities identified the suspect as Matthew Breslin, 40, of Seabrook.

Upon interviewing Breslin and further investigation, officers located a firearm matching the description of the one reportedly used in the incident.

Breslin was charged with reckless conduct with a deadly weapon and criminal threatening-conduct with a firearm, both felony offenses.

Following his arrest, Breslin was released on personal recognizance by a bail commissioner.

He is expected to appear before the Hampton District Court on May 7 at 8 a.m.

The investigation into this incident is ongoing, and the Hampton Police Department is seeking any additional information from the public.

Witnesses or those with knowledge of the case are encouraged to call the Hampton Police Department at 603-929-4444.

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