A man had warrants out for his arrest when they tried to pull him and his girlfriend over in Concord, New Hampshire, with the couple being accused of resisting arrest, police say.
Brandon Holler, 34, of Pembroke, and 23-year-old Kaileah Tolken of Concord, were stopped on I-93 just after 11:15 a.m. Saturday morning. Police found that Holler was wanted for forgery, receiving stolen property and probation violation.
According to state police, Holler got out of the car and ran away. Tolken, police say, slid into the driver's seat and drove off.
Police say they later found Tolken parked at a nearby bus station, having been texting Holler. She was arrested. After being asked to turn himself in, police arrested Holler, as well.
In addition to the charges on the warrants, Holler is charged with disobeying a police officer and resisting arrest. Tolken faces charges of resisting arrest and detention, hindering apprehension and obstructing governmental administration.
Both suspects were held on $10,000 personal recognizance bail, on which Tolken was released. It was not immediately clear if Holler was released. Additionally, it was unclear if either suspect had an attorney.
The couple will be arraigned Dec. 11 in Concord.