Hollis man arrested during distracted driving crackdown, faces multiple charges

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HOLLIS — A routine stop by a Hollis police sergeant working under a Highway Safety grant led to the arrest of a Nashua man on April 5.

Kurtis Drouin, 34, was pulled over as part of efforts to combat distracted driving, a campaign funded by the New Hampshire Department of Safety.

During the stop, it was discovered that Drouin had an active warrant for his arrest issued by The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office for failing to pay child support.

Further checks revealed that Drouin was driving with both a suspended license and a suspended vehicle registration.

A search of his vehicle resulted in the discovery of a substance believed to be methamphetamine.

Consequently, he was charged with multiple offenses, including Operating After Suspension subsequent offense, Operating with a Suspended Registration, Possession of a Controlled Drug, and Transporting Drugs in a motor vehicle.

Unable to post the $2,500 cash bail for the warrant, Drouin was taken to the Hillsborough County House of Corrections.

He is scheduled for arraignment in the 9th Circuit Court, Nashua District Division, later today.

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