Police: Nashua man arrested after speeding away from officers
December 26. 2017 10:39PM
HUDSON — A Nashua man who police say sped away and later refused to talk to officers faces numerous charge.
Officers first approached Joseph Reis, 51, following reports of a disturbance regarding a man parked on Hurley Street, police said.
When an officer tried to speak with Reis, police said he sped away onto Central Street.
He pulled his van over several feet from the intersection with Library Street, but he then refused to open the door or roll down the window, according to police.
After a brief struggle, officers took him into custody.
Reis was being held Tuesday pending arraignment on $5,000 cash-only bail.
Reis was scheduled to be arraigned this morning at the 9th Circuit Court Nashua District Division on charges of reckless conduct, two counts of resisting detention, one of resisting arrest and possession of marijuana.