NH State Police: Hanover man charged with reckless driving after driving 106 mph on I-93

Nathaniel Neroni

HOOKSETT — A Hanover man faces reckless driving and other charges after a state trooper clocked him driving 106 mph on Interstate 93, New Hampshire State Police said.

Nathaniel Neroni, 32, was stopped on I-93 South in Hooksett around 8:20 a.m. after a trooper monitoring traffic from a state police aircraft spotted a 2006 Saab 9-3 traveling southbound at an “extremely high” speed in Bow, New Hampshire State Police said in a release.

The aircraft trooper alerted state police on the highway and another trooper pulled over Neroni in Hooksett, according to the release.

Trooper Matthew Gagnon charged Neroni with reckless driving, operating after suspension or revocation and operating with a suspended registration, state police said. Neroni is scheduled to appear in Concord Circuit Court on Dec. 19, according to the release.

Saturday, January 25, 2020