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New Hampshire driver arrested after police say he was going 140 miles per hour

WBZ News Update for September 25
WBZ News Update for September 25 02:08

EPPING, N.H. - A driver in New Hampshire is facing charges after police say they caught him driving 140 miles an hour.

A New Hampshire State Trooper was on patrol in Epping around 10:20 p.m. Saturday when he saw an Infiniti sedan zip by on Route 101.

The driver, later identified as 22-year-old Franklyn Julian of Candia, was clocked at 140 miles per hour, according to police.

The trooper pulled Julian over and eventually arrested him. He's charged with reckless driving and a solid line violation.

Julian was released and ordered to be in Brentwood Circuit Court on November 1. 

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