Man accused of DWI, exposing self



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HUDSON - A Hudson man who was arrested Saturday for driving while intoxicated after crashing his vehicle later exposed himself to police officials, police said. According to police, Nathan Lounsbury, 19, lost control of his Chrysler PT Cruiser on Musquash Road near Stable Road around 7:33 p.m. Saturday and crashed into a utility pole. Lounsbury was treated on the scene and given a field sobriety test. Officer Adam Lischinsky then arrested Lounsbury and took him to the Police Department for booking, police said. A search of the vehicle also turned up an alcoholic beverage and apparent marijuana and other drug paraphernalia, police said. Lounsbury was originally charged with DWI and possession of a controlled drug, both misdemeanors, and unlawful possession of alcohol and speed, both violations. According to police, while Lounsbury was being monitored in a cell, he then exposed his genitalia in an "alarming manner" to department members. He additionally was charged with indecent exposure and lewdness, a misdemeanor. Lounsbury was being held on $1,500 cash bail at the Hillsborough County Department of Corrections pending arraignment today at Nashua District Court. Edit ModuleShow Tags