Mustang driver arrested for ‘racing’ Indiana police at 120 mph
Next time, he have to think twice.
Police within Elkhart County, Ind., arrested the Ford Mustang driver Wednesday evening after he sped by them all doing 120 mph in the 70 mph zone on this Indiana Toll Road and guided them on a 25-mile run after that he claims he assumed was a race.
The Indiana State Police troopers have been parked in a crossover close to the RV/MH Hall of Fame when they spotted the automobile proceeding westboud and began a search with their lights and fascinating women engaged, according to a police report.
They said that will when they trapped to this Mustang, the driver turned the lights out and kept intending at over 100 mph.
Support was called in together with a stop stick was integrated in the road that he / she Mustang evaded, but a handful of miles later an additional one deflated his tires and pulled through without incident.
The driver allegedly told the arresting representatives that he thought they desired to race him, but he has been cited for resisting law decission with a vehicle, reckless traveling and numerous other traffic violations.