NH man accused of running over person at gas station charged with attempted murder
BOW — A Laconia man has been charged with attempted murder after he ran over another person at a gas station, police said.
Officers responded to the Irving gas station on Route 3A on Monday at 7 p.m. and found an injured person lying on the ground near a vehicle that witnesses said had just run over the person.
Several of those witnesses had lifted the vehicle off the victim before officers had arrived and the driver had fled the scene, police said.
Police began searching the area for a man who fit the description witnesses had provided. They received information that he had been seen running across Interstate 93 toward Concord and police found him in that area.
Police identified the suspect as 28-year-old Jason Alleyne, of Laconia.
He has been charged with attempted murder, vehicular assault, first-degree assault, driving after suspension involving serious bodily injury, reckless conduct and stalking.
The victim suffered serious injuries and was taken to the hospital by Concord Fire ambulance.
Concord police and fire assisted Bow police at the scene as Bow fire was on another call.
Alleyne was scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday afternoon. NH1 News will update this story when that information becomes available.