Police Charge Motorcyclist Clocked at 100+ mph, Seek Public’s Help

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A Pembroke motocyclist was arrested by New Hampshire State Police July 26, charged with reckless driving after he was clocked going more than 100 mph on state highways around Manchester.

At about 11 p.m. Trooper M. Suttmeier was on patrol on Interstate 293 in Manchester when he noticed a group of several motorcycles traveling  southbound between Granite Street and Queen Avenue at a high rate of speed. Suttmeier was able to catch up to the motorcycles as they traveled south on the Everett Turnpike and took Exit 13 to Ray Wieczorek Drive.

Suttmeier clocked the motorcycles at varying speeds between 122 and 132 mph.  He followed them as they continued through the Manchester Airport area before they separated. Coordinating with other Troopers, state police stopped one of the cyclists on South Willow Street near the Mall of New Hampshire.

He was identified as Kyle M. Goff, 21, of Pembroke, who was operating a 2007 Yamaha motorcycle.

Goff was charged with reckless driving and hindering apprehension. He was later released on bail and faces arraignment in the Merrimack District Court on September 4, 2014.

The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with additional information on this incident is asked to call Tpr. Suttmeier at Troop B in Bedford at 603-666-3333.

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