For Immediate Release
Posted: May 26, 2024


Tyler Dumont, Public Information Officer
(603) 223-3641 |

Dozens of drivers stopped on I-95 for speeding 90 mph or greater

Special Enforcement Unit

SEACOAST, N.H. – During the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the State Police Special Enforcement Unit, in conjunction with Troopers from Troop A, conducted traffic enforcement initiatives on Interstate 95 in Hampton and Greenland utilizing the State Police aircraft.

During the enforcement efforts, Troopers observed 100 different violations.

Of the 100 violations, 52 drivers were observed traveling 90 mph or greater, and 8 drivers were observed driving recklessly and traveling 100 mph or greater.

Troopers also interdicted various other violations, including child restraint violations, following too closely, and operating after suspension.

Additionally, on the morning of Sunday, May 26, 2024, the Maine State Police attempted to stop a vehicle for speeding over 90 mph on I-95. The vehicle did not stop for a Maine Trooper and continued into New Hampshire. Personnel in the New Hampshire State Police aircraft were able to locate the vehicle and Troopers conducted a stop on I-95 in Greenland. Troopers detained the operator for the Maine State Police.

The Special Enforcement Unit is a specialized unit that focuses on enforcing traffic laws, promoting highway safety and reducing the number of crashes on New Hampshire roadways. The Unit is equipped with the latest technology and tools to effectively monitor and enforce traffic laws, including the State Police Aircraft.

Troopers wish to remind drivers to pay special attention to their speed, reduce distractions in their vehicle and focus their attention on driving during this busy holiday weekend.