SANBORNTON -- State police say a Texas man was arrested Tuesday during a routine inspection of the truck he was driving, after troopers determined he was wanted on fraud charges.

According to state police, on Tuesday Trooper Kevin Raymond of the New Hampshire State Police – Troop G was conducting commercial motor vehicle inspections when he stopped a 2017 Kenworth towing a 2017 Utility reefer trailer along Interstate 93 southbound at the Sanbornton rest area.

According to police, during the course of the vehicle inspection Trooper Raymond determined the driver, identified as Jeffrey D. Wight, 44, of Denison, Texas, was wanted in his home state on two felony counts of fraud for illegal use of credit cards. State police determined the arrest warrants were extraditable, and Wight was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Merrimack County House of Corrections, where he was held without bail pending  arraignment in Belknap County Superior Court as a fugitive from justice.

Wight’s tractor trailer was removed from the scene by John’s Towing.