PRO TIP: Avoid Driving 119 MPH 10 Days After Prison Release

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According to New Hampshire State Police, Pelham, New Hampshire resident Kurt Giardullo was released from the Northern New Hampshire Correctional Facility in Berlin, NH just 10 days before he was picked up for driving 119 MPH on I-93 in Manchester on Tuesday.

Trooper Malachi Hicks observed Giardullo’s vehicle traveling 119 mph in a posted 55 mph zone in the southbound lane of I-93 in Manchester. The vehicle was passing traffic at the time.

The operator of the vehicle, Kurt Giardullo, 38, of Pelham was stopped by Trooper Hicks.

“You don’t need to send a guy back to prison for speeding,” Giardullo said after being arrested.

Giardullo was released from the Northern New Hampshire Correctional Facility in Berlin just 10 days prior.

Troop B barracks in Bedford, New Hampshire processed Giardullo without further incident. State Police are asking any witnesses to the incident to contact  Trooper Hicks at 603-223-8674.

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