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Newmarket man charged with impersonating police officer on Seacoast
Heath was driving the same car he allegedly used in the other incidents, according to police affidavits. The car bears the vanity plate DFIANT. He is now being held at the Rockingham County jail.
A police report detailing the investigation into Heath by area police became public last Tuesday after Heath waived his probable cause hearing in the Hampton case.
During his interview with police, Heath told investigators that he started interacting with motorists by honking his horn at driver’s he thought were speeding “or during road rage encounters,” according to a police report.
“Mr. Heath acknowledged that he has been escalating his actions,” Hampton police Detective Christopher Gilroy said in a report.
Hampton police initially arrested Heath for pulling over a woman along Route 101 east near Route 1 about 10:03 p.m. The woman, who became suspicious of Heath’s appearance, asked Heath for the motor vehicle stop to be done at the police station. Heath agreed to go to the police station, but then turned around and drove off, prompting the woman to call Hampton police, the report says.
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