A woman from Massachusetts Captures After Pursuing Police Through Several Towns in New Hampshire. Haverhill resident Genesis Quezada, 24, is being charged with multiple offenses, including aggravated DWI.
On Sunday morning, a lady from Massachusetts is accused of leading police on a high-speed chase through several different towns in New Hampshire.
One of the New Hampshire State Police claimed that at 3:23 a.m. on Sunday, a Honda Accord was pulled down for speeding and “multiple-lane control violations” on Interstate 93 in Windham. The female driver pushed the car back into the drive as the trooper approached the passenger side, and they both sped off.
After concluding that the Honda’s driver was intoxicated, the trooper got back in his cruiser and gave chase. Even with many officers in pursuit and their lights and sirens at full blast, the vehicle kept speeding away.
The pursuit proceeded north on I-93 through Derry, Londonderry, and Manchester, where the driver hit the guardrail near Exit 8 and lost control of her vehicle. The driver tried to leave again, but the damage to her vehicle rendered it inoperable.
Identified as Genesis Quezada, 24, of Haverhill, Massachusetts, state police say they arrested the motorist without incident. She was checked out by doctors at Elliot Hospital in Manchester and given the all-clear.
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State police say she failed to maintain adequate lane control and made unsafe lane changes, leading to multiple charges of aggravated driving while drunk, reckless conduct, disobeying an officer, operating after suspension, reckless operation, and other connected offenses.
Quezada was held on a $2,000 cash bond for two warrants out of Salem District Court but was released on personal recognizance bail for the original offenses. She will be arraigned on May 19 in Derry District Court after being brought to the Rockingham County Jail.
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