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Pelham man sentenced for high-speed pursuit
Hebert drove between 80 to 90 mph just before losing control of his car and going off Lowell Road in Windham. Windham Officers Christopher Van Hirtum and Shane Mirisola joined the pursuit once Hebert’s car reached their town.
The officers opened fire on Hebert believing their lives were in danger, according to prosecutors.
The two Windham officers and Stahl opened fire on the car as it came toward them.
Hebert’s car struck the Pelham police cruiser. He tried to flee again prompting Mirisola to fire a second round of bullets into the vehicle, according to prosecutors.
“It’s amazing he is here to plead guilty today,” Blanchard said.
Prior to striking the plea deal, defense lawyer Adam Bernstein asked a judge to throw out incriminating statements his client made to police, along with blood test results and other medical information.
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