Kevin Cullinane, 54, of New Boston, N.H., was arrested and charged by Manchester police with conduct after an accident, operating under the influence of drugs, and reckless operation. Goffstown Police said charges are pending in their town, too.
As Manchester police were answering the call of a crash near 283 Varney Street, Goffstown police called in to make them aware of a hit-and-run in their town a few minutes earlier.
It turns out that the white Corvette – with the vanity license tag “Culnane” – was involved in both accidents, authorities said.
The first crash happened at 7:15 p.m. near Cumberland Farms, at Main Street and Mountain Road in Goffstown.
The Corvette took off and headed east on Mast Road, and witnesses told Manchester police that the car was weaving through traffic at a high rate of speed when it struck another vehicle near the intersection of Mast Road and Varney Street and pushed it into a utility pole.
Witnesses detained Cullinane after the second wreck when he tried to flee again, according to police.
No one was seriously injured in the crashes.
Police are asking witnesses to the Goffstown accident to contact them at 603-497-4858.
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