3 questioned during State Police traffic stop on Everett Turnpike involving Manchester Police

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State Police traffic stop on the Everett Turnpike Sunday. Photo/Jeffrey Hastings

NASHUA, NH – Sunday afternoon NH State Police pulled over a vehicle at approximately 4:40 p.m. on the Everett Turnpike South at Mile Marker 2.4   The Trooper requested additional units as there were three people in the vehicle, NHSP, and Nashua Police responded. All three occupants were removed from the vehicle and separated and initially handcuffed.

Two detectives from Manchester Police were called to the scene, and they spoke at length to each individual sitting on the side of the road being detained. The vehicle they had been driving was a white Mercedes with out-of-state plates. The trunk was open and it was filled with duffle bags and back packs.
 
Manchester Police Lt. Brian O’Keefe confirmed the incident was being handled by Manchester Police, but declined to comment further as to the nature of the investigation, which remains active.  
 
No other information was available. We’ll update this story as more information is released.