We consider a decode-and-forward based wireless multihop network with a single source node, a single destination node, and N intermediate nodes. To increase the spectral efficiency and energy efficiency of the system, we propose a cooperative multihop communication with spatial reuse, in which interference is treated as noise. The performance of spatial-reused space-time coded cooperative multihop network is analyzed over Rayleigh fading channels. More specifically, the exact closed-form expression for the outage probability at the nth receiving node is derived when there are multiple interferences over non-i.i.d. Rayleigh fading channels. In addition, we propose a simple power control scheme which is only dependent on the statistical knowledge of channels. Finally, the analytic results were confirmed by simulations. It is shown by simulations that the spatial-reused multihop transmission outperforms the interference-free multihop transmission in terms of energy efficiency in low and medium SNR scenarios.