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Raymond man charged in Candia crash that injured two
Police say Nathan Noel, 27, of Raymond, turned himself in to Candia police after a warrant was issued for his arrest for two counts of vehicular assault.
“We have evidence that (Noel) turned in front of the vehicle that had right of way. If operating a vehicle and you violate the rules of the road, and that contributes to a collision that results in serious bodily injury, that is the definition of vehicular assault,” McGillen said.
Noel was released on $2,500 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled for arraignment on Nov. 27 at the 10th Circuit District Division Candia Court.
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