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Merrimack, N.H.

Lotion squirted in road rage incident

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Police say a road rage episode led to one driver squirting another with suntan lotion. Police said a woman honked her horn when the car in front of her did not move as a traffic light turned green. WMUR-TV reported that the driver ahead of her, William Farrell, got out of his car at the next intersection and squirted suntan lotion at her through her open window. The woman called 911, and Farrell turned himself in to the police. Police said Farrell was arrested on a charge of simple assault, and was released on bail.

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