7 Massachusetts motorcyclists arrested after driving 125 mph in New Hampshire, police say

All seven men were charge with reckless operation.

Seven Massachusetts men were arrested Saturday in New Hampshire after authorities caught the motorcyclists traveling at a speed of 125 miles per hour, police said.

Around 12:21 p.m., a New Hampshire State Police Special Enforcement Unit trooper was monitoring eastbound traffic in police aircraft over Route 101 near Raymond when troopers were notified a group of motorcycles were weaving in and out of traffic, officials said in a statement.

The motorcyclists were clocked traveling at 125 miles per hour — significantly above the 65-mile-per-hour limit, according to authorities. Two of the motorcycles were reportedly riding with passengers, police said.

Troopers on the ground were able to slow traffic near Exit 4 and take the drivers into custody.


All seven men were charge with reckless operation. They are Emoni Vicente, 24, of Quincy; Anthony Walsh, 26, of Dedham; Orlando Rosario, 31, of Worcester; Sean Burr, 25, of Quincy; Dallas Rogers, 36, of Marlborough; James Vo, 30, of Braintree; and Phi Tran, 30, of Dorchester, police said.

All are due to appear in Candia Circuit Court on Oct. 16.


Get the latest breaking news sent directly to your phone. Download our free app.