Police investigating stranded woman in Goffstown, crashed Jeep in Manchester
June 06. 2014 7:45PM
Police in two communities are trying to figure out the connection between a woman found on the side of a road in Goffstown Friday morning and a Jeep that crashed into a tree in Manchester minutes later.
Goffstown police Det. Sgt. Kevin Laroche said about 6 a.m. Friday a woman was found stranded near Villa Augustina School, 208 South Mast Road.
Some sort of an argument involving the woman had taken place inside a Jeep, which pulled over to the side of the road, he said.
The woman apparently was kicked out of the vehicle and the Jeep drove off, crossing into Manchester, where it crashed into a tree on Youville Street on the city’s West Side.
Laroche said the woman was not injured.
Lt. Maureen Tessier said four people were inside the Jeep when it crashed and all four got out and ran. She said police caught up to them at Bremer and Montgomery streets.
Three of them, including the driver identified as Tylar Moglia, 21, of 259 Spruce St., were taken to Catholic Medical Center for treatment of injuries ranging from minor to moderate.
Also transported were Cameron Moglia, 24, also of 259 Spruce St. — Tessier did not know how he is related to Tylar Moglia — and Siobhan Hameline, 28, of 48 Gates St. Corey Wolzcko, 23, of 416 Dubuque St. was not injured.
Tessier said no one has been arrested and the accident remains under investigation. Once the wreckage was cleared, she said Goffstown police seized the vehicle.
Tessier said it appears speed was a factor in the crash, but alcohol and drugs were not.