Police: New Boston man had 2 Corvette crashes within 7 minutes
The license plate of the white Chevy Corvette read “Culnane,” and police say that Kevin Cullinane was the man behind the wheel in two different accidents Saturday night.
Witnesses to the second crash, in Manchester, detained the New Boston man when he tried to leave the scene, police said. That accident took place at 283 Varney St, at 7:22 p.m.
At 7:15 p.m., Goffstown police responded to a hit-and-run accident involving two vehicles near Cumberland Farms, at Main Street and Mountain Road.
Witnesses told police a late-model Chevrolet Corvette took off after the crash, heading east on Mast Road.
As Manchester police responded to the crash near where Mast Road intersects with Varney Street, Goffstown officials alerted them to the earlier accident.
Manchester police learned from witnesses that the Corvette was traveling at a high rate of speed and weaving through traffic southwesterly on Mast Road when it struck the other vehicle, pushing it into a telephone pole.
No one was seriously injured, police said.
Cullinane, 54, was charged with conduct after an accident, operating under the influence of drugs and reckless operation.
Goffstown police said Sunday night that charges are pending against Cullinane in their town.
Anyone who witnessed the Goffstown accident is asked to contact police at 497-4858.