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Manchester man arrested after police say he crashed stolen car
Wreckage is all that remains of a blue 1994 Honda Accord reported stolen Tuesday night in Manchester. A police chase ended in Methuen, Mass., where state police said the driver crashed the car into a utility pole, splitting it in two. (Courtesy)
The incident began a little after 10 p.m. Tuesday when N.H. State Police Trooper Jack DeJesus, on Interstate 93 South in Salem, tried to stop a 1994 blue Honda Accord with Massachusetts plates that had been reported stolen in Manchester.
The car was split in two but authorities said Rogers and his female passenger, who police did not identify in a news release, both got out of the wreckage and ran into a nearby McDonald's, where Rogers was arrested.
Neither Rogers nor his passenger were injured. The car was destroyed and two trucks were needed to tow the wreckage. The utility pole also was damaged.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Trooper DeJesus at Troop B in Bedford at 603-666-3333.
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