2 people with warrants arrested after traffic stop in NH
HOOKSETT — Police conducted a traffic stop that ended in the arrest of two New Hampshire residents.
According to police, a vehicle was spotted acting suspiciously on West Alice Ave around 12:07 a.m. on Monday.
Officers stopped the vehicle and identified Travis Ahern, 30 of Manchester, and Tanya Prince, 29 of Manchester.
Ahern had a bail order of protection out on him not to have contact Price, police said.
On top of the no contact order, police said Ahern had an active electronic bench warrant for failure to appear in court and a warrant out of Manchester for violating parole.
According to police, Ahern was arrested for his outstanding warrants and stalking. He was transported to the Merrimack County House of Corrections where he will be arraigned via video on Tuesday.
Authorities said Price had an active electronic bench warrant out of Manchester District Court for failure to appear for willful concealment. Manchester police said Price also had warrants for conduct after an accident and operating without a valid license.
Price was arrested on the electronic bench warrant charge and bailed out on $5,000 personal recognizance. She is scheduled in appear in Manchester District Court on July 25.