N.H. Troopers stop driver going 121 mph

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A Massachusetts man was stopped by New Hampshire State Police for going 56 mph over the posted speed limit.

The stop took place around 4:40 p.m., Friday, in the northbound lane of I-89 in New London, according to New Hampshire State Police.

Troopers were conducting a traffic detail ahead of the holiday weekend. It was at this time a New Hampshire State Trooper spotted a “2021 Tesla Model 3 traveling at an extremely high and dangerous speed,” according to a release issued by the State Police.

Troopers “determined that the vehicle was traveling at 121 mph” according to the release.

The vehicle was stopped by troopers, and the driver of the vehicle was identified as 27-year-old Thomas Corvi, of Melrose, MA, according to police.

Troopers briefly detained Corvi, who was later released on a summons to appear in court on August 23, to answer to a charge of reckless operation.

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