Police: Woman found in woods, man on street after fleeing from police on NH highway
BOW — Police arrested two people after they fled police at a toll booth and later crashed and ran from the scene.
Alan Fish, 21 of Manchester, and Timiah Wilkins, 20 of Concord, were passing through the Hooksett toll plaza when an on-foot traffic enforcement officer tried flagging them down for an invalid inspection sticker, police said.
The car reportedly didn't pull over and instead sped away, allegedly passing cars using the breakdown lane as they fled northbound.
Further down Interstate 89, near the Bow on-ramp, the car crashed into the bushes where Fish and Wilkins fled on foot before troopers could catch up, police said.
Officers from the Concord Police Department took Fish into custody a short time later when he was seen walking on South Main Street. Wilkins was found by a K-9 team hiding in the woods near the accident.
An investigation found that Wilkins and Fish were restricted by a criminal bail order from having contact with one another and that Wilkins had a suspended license and was wanted for drug possession, police said.
Both Fish and Wilkins refused bail and were held at Merrimack Country Correctional Facility. They face multiple charges including resisting arrest.