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NH woman arrested in Westborough

Megan Ann Haggett. (Photo/courtesy Westborough Police Department)

Westborough – Police Chief Alan Gordon released this statement this morning:

On 3/5/13, at approximately 12:20 PM, Officer Jeffrey Keaveney observed a gray sedan driving through the Shell Station which is located at the intersection of Rte.9 and Lyman St. This vehicle was allegedly using the property as a shortcut to avoid the red light.

When he stopped the vehicle, the female operator handed him an Arizona operator's license identifying her as Sarah Gonyer from Tuscon AZ. A check with the registry in Arizona revealed that this was not a legitimate license. The operator maintained that this was her name. She was placed under arrest for operating a motor vehicle without a license.

At the Police Station, while being booked, her fingerprints were taken and submitted through the livescan system to the FBI. Approximately 15 minutes later the FBI notified the Westborough Police that the female was actually Megan Ann Haggett, Littleton NH. She was wanted by the Grafton NH County Sheriffs Dept. for failing to appear in court.

Haggett was additionally charged with refusing to identify herself to a Police Officer and for being a fugitive from justice in NH. She is being held without bail for her appearance in WDC this morning.

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1 Comment for “NH woman arrested in Westborough”

  1. Good police work! All because the stupid woman couldn’t wait for a light.

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