NY fugitive apprehended in Nashua

City Hall’s military monuments mowed down during pursuit on Sunday.

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Monuments honoring local military veterans and organizations lie broken on City Hall Plaza Sunday morning, several hours after a car allegedly driven by fugitive Lawrence Thomas crashed into them as he tried to elude police. The impact also knocked the city's historic bell off its base.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup The narrow space on the north side of City Hall where fugutive suspect Lawrence Thomas allegedly drove while trying to elude police early Sunday morning shows damaged shrubbery and debris, with damaged monuments lying in the background.
Nashua police photo Lawrence Thomas, age 53, of 715 Noble Avenue, Apartment 2C, Bronx, New York

NASHUA – Police early Sunday morning captured a New York City fugitive moments after he allegedly careened up a narrow sidewalk alongside City Hall, drove over shrubbery, then smashed into several military monuments on City Hall Plaza.

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