NH volunteer firefighter resigns over practical joke

Police say the firefighter stopped a friend in a marketplace parking lot using an old police cruiser and an air horn


By Clynton Namuo
The Union Leader

LEE, N.H. — Police yesterday identified a man who drove an old police cruiser and used an air horn to pull over another vehicle at the Lee Marketplace last week as a volunteer Epping firefighter who has since resigned.

Police Chief Chet Murch said Richard Santere Jr. stopped a friend in the Lee Marketplace parking lot last Tuesday in what was a practical joke. A passerby mistook it as a case of police impersonation and reported it to police after learning that Rochester has had two instances of police impersonation in recent weeks.

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