Pembroke man charged with reckless driving after police clock motorcyclists at 120 mph
MANCHESTER — A Pembroke man is charged with reckless driving and hindering apprehension after New Hampshire State Police chased a group of motorcycles clocked at going more than 120 mph.
According to a release from state police on Sunday, Kyle M. Goff, 21, was arrested on South Willow Street near the Mall of New Hampshire after troopers coordinated efforts during the chase that started around 10 p.m. Saturday on southbound Interstate 293 between Granite Street and Queen City Avenue.
The trooper to first spot the group of several motorcycles clocked the vehicles at speeds between 122 and 132 mph as the chase went from I-293 to the Everett Turnpike, then through the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport area where the group separated, state police said.
Goff was the only arrest following the chase. He was released on bond and is scheduled for arraignment Sept. 4.