August 20, 2013

Lyman man accused of driving 111 mph in Wilton

Morning Sentinel

WILTON — Police say a Lyman man who drove 111 mph in a 40-mph zone Sunday was also caught with marijuana and illegal knives.

Jeremy Doucette, 38, was arrested Sunday morning after he was pulled over on Burgess Hill Road, said Wilton Police Officer Derek Dailey. Doucette was charged with criminal speeding, a class E misdeameanor.

Daley said Doucette was also charged with class D possession of dangerous knives and possession of marijuana, a civil infraction, after a police officer found both in Doucette's car.

Doucette was taken to the Franklin County Jail, where he posted $300 cash bail.

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