Police say Lyman man drove 111 mph in 40 mph zone

WILTON — Allegedly clocked driving 111 mph in a 40 mph zone, police arrested a Lyman man on a charge of criminal speeding Sunday.

Jeremy Doucette, 38, was traveling west on Routes 2 and 4, also known as Burgess Hill, at about 8:39 a.m. Sunday when officer Ryan Richardson spotted him, Chief Heidi Wilcox said Monday. Doucette traveled into Jay before stopping for the officer, she said. 

Doucette told police he was trying to catch up to his wife, Wilcox said.

He was taken to Franklin County Detention Center and released Sunday on $300 cash bail. He is expected to appear in Franklin County Unified Criminal Court on Oct. 16.


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Steve  Dosh's picture

Man charged with driving 111 mph in 40 mph zone

Mainers , 19:15 hst ? Monday
" He was trying to catch up to his wife, " Wilcox said.
How fast we she doing , officer ?
- l o l -
hth , Dr. Dosh , HI


Why can I hear

him telling the 5th grade teacher the dog ate his homework?

Jon Cantin's picture

He didn't try the "it's a car

He didn't try the "it's a car from Canada, and the speedo is in KPH!" ??


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