‘Turnpike Turmoil’ suspect deemed incompetent; all charges dropped

Staff file photo by Dean Shalhoup Police lead an injured Jonathan Calvin from the Everett Turnpike to paramedics for treatment after the April 2016 crash that led to his arrest. He has been found incompetent to stand trial, and not restorable.

NASHUA – The Superior Court judge who studied a state forensic examiner’s report and testimony in the case of Jonathan Calvin, the Nashua man accused of carjacking two women, stabbing one of them and causing a massive crash on the Everett Turnpike last year, has ordered all charges against him be dismissed.

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