State troopers arrest 10 during overnight patrol on New Hampshire highways

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BEDFORD — State Troopers from the Troop B barracks arrested ten individuals during an overnight saturation patrol targeting impaired drivers on the Everett Turnpike, Interstate 293, and Interstate 93.

The operation began last night and concluded early this morning, Sunday, May 5.

With the Cinco de Mayo celebrations, known for an uptick in alcohol consumption, the Troopers’ high visibility patrol aimed to curb aggressive and impaired driving.

Out of the 40 vehicles stopped for various infractions, three arrests were made for driving under the influence (DUI).

The patrol also responded to a DUI-related accident that resulted in injuries.

Among those arrested for DUI were Ryan Ahmed, 19, of Bedford; Marissa Munafo, 32, of Manchester; and Brian Pinkerton, 28, also of Manchester.

Other individuals faced charges ranging from reckless operation to operating without a valid license.

In addition to the DUI arrests, the following individuals were apprehended:

– Emma Greene, 22, of Manchester (reckless operation);
– Nathan Boardman, 23, of Milford, (reckless operation);
– Shawn White, 35, of Nashua (operating as a habitual offender);
– Charlen Ricci, 34, of New Boston (operating after suspension, second offense for DUI);
– Dalton Moreno Eras, 41, of Nashua (bench warrant);
– Ruth Gaoaa, 35, of Nashua (operating without a valid license); and
– Malachi Thwaites, 27, of Chelsea, Massachusetts (operating without a valid license).

State Police have announced plans to continue such enforcement efforts throughout the spring and summer to enhance safety on southern New Hampshire’s roadways.

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