State Rep Arrested After Incident With Road Agent During Storm

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Rep. Jeffrey Greeson

Republican Rep. Jeffrey Greeson, 51, of Wentworth was arrested Friday after the local road agent recorded him allegedly obstructing snow removal efforts during the storm last Saturday on March 4 at 8:15 a.m., according to a state police news release.

Greeson is being charged with disorderly conduct, criminal threatening and simple assault. A cell phone video of the incident aired on WMUR showed Greeson swearing and yelling at the plow driver and attempting to grab his cell phone.

A message seeking comment left on Greeson’s email wasn’t immediately returned.

Greeson was released on personal recognizance and ordered back to Plymouth District Court on May 18 at 8 a.m., according to Amber Lagace, public information officer.

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