Police: NH man driving with suspended license found with brass knuckles, pills
BOW — Police allegedly found brass knuckles, prescription pills and drug paraphernalia on a Concord man driving with a suspended license.
An officer conducted a traffic stop for a motor vehicle violation Sunday for a man operating on a suspended license - second offense.
Aaron Jones, 41, was charged with a suspended license, possession of a controlled substance and possession of metallic knuckles.
Officials released Jones on $6,000 personal recognizance. He has a court date July 7 at Concord district court.
As a result of Jones' arrest, officials impounded his car after the Bow Police Department was granted a search warrant.
Police anticipate more charges to come.