NH teen charged with throwing egg at police car
HUDSON, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire teenager is facing charges for allegedly throwing an egg at a police cruiser that was passing by.
Hudson police Officer Scott MacDonald said he was driving his marked car down a road shortly before 10 a.m. Sunday when a car with three people in it passed by. Police say that’s a passenger in the car threw the egg at MacDonald’s police car, striking it on the headlight area.
MacDonald stopped the car and charged 17-year-old Clyde Boykin, of Nashua, with reckless conduct. The driver of the car, 17-year-old Griffin Scanlon, of Groton, Mass., was charged with criminal liability for the conduct of another.
Police say the cruiser wasn’t damaged, and that the egg was washed off.