NH Police: Driver With 2 Kids in Car Clocked at 135 MPH
During a Labor Day enhanced enforcement detail on Route 101 in Raymond State Police made over 50 vehicle stops including 11 cars allegedly doing over 90 mph and two clocked at over 100 mph.
The State Police Special Enforcement Unit and the New Hampshire Office of Highway Safety conducted an enhanced enforcement detail using aircraft on Monday morning. They stopped drivers for several offenses including speed, following too close and reckless operation.
Joshua Parent, 31, of Manchester was clocked at allegedly speeding at 135 mph with two children under the age of five in the car. Parent was charged by State Police with reckless operation and endangering the welfare of a child among other offenses. Police did not disclose Parent's realationship to the children.
Police also charged Paul Robinson, 44. of North Sutton with reckless operation alleged to be traveling at 116 mph.
Parent and Robinson are scheduled to appear in the 10th Circuit Court-Candia Division at a later date.