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Three Men Arrested After Leading Troopers On Chase And Crashing High Performance Car

This afternoon, January 2, around 2:35PM, Trooper Zachary Bolcome radioed that he was in pursuit of a vehicle on Route 95 northbound in Boxford. Trooper Bolcome attempted to stop the green Dodge Charger with Florida plates for traffic violations, as the Charger seemed to be trying to race other vehicles. Trooper Bolcome pursued the vehicle with lights and sirens activated into Rowley when the Charger reached speeds well over the posted limit. After three minutes, Trooper Bolcome lost sight of the Charger traveling northbound.


Soon after the Charger was out of sight, the Newbury Barracks got calls of a crash on the ramp from Route 95 northbound to Route 133 in Georgetown. Troopers arriving on the scene of the crash in Georgetown located the crashed Charger in the woods abandoned. Several MSP cruisers rushed to the scene of the crash and coordinated rapid perimeter positions around the crash as MSP K9 units quickly stepped off on a track originating from the crashed Charger.  At 3:22, the Georgetown Police Department received a 911 call from a resident reporting people in the woods behind their home.  Numerous cruisers converged on the scene and Troopers detained three individuals.  The crash involved only the suspect vehicle and after the suspects were evaluated by Georgetown EMS, there were no injuries reported.


The driver of the vehicle, GREGORY MARMOLEJO, 21, of Lynn will be arraigned in Haverhill District Court on charges of:

  1. Negligent Operation Of A Motor Vehicle;

  2. Street Racing;

  3. Unlicensed Operation Of A Motor Vehicle;

  4. Leaving The Scene Of Property Damage;

  5. Failure To Stop For Police;

  6. Marked Lanes Violation;

  7. Breakdown Lane Violation;

  8. Speeding;

  9. Disorderly Conduct; and

  10. Trespassing.


The two passengers of the vehicle; ABEL SEVERINO REYES, 20, and DAVID GARCIA, 21, both of Lynn, will appear in Haverhill District Court charged with:

  1. Disorderly Conduct; and

  2. Trespassing.


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