SOURCE: State Boyzzz
I you’re gonna be dumb, at least be good at being dumb. How do you get caught by Police Hemi Chargers on a 200mph bike? Watch this Meth trafficker attempt to flee from Georgia State Patrol on a Suzuki Hayabusa. After a short chase the Police were able to box him in and take him down with out serious injury. Make sure to head over to their ☝️ YouTube Page and subscribe to stay up to date on their latest videos. Be sure to share your thoughts and comments below!
“On 11/6/2021 at approximately 3:39PM a Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) deputy observed the suspect, identified as Uriah Wade Hall, riding his silver Suzuki Hyabusa motorcycle with a skull decal at speeds more than 20 miles above the posted limit on Shiloh Road in Hahira, Georgia. Hall increased his speed when the deputy attempted to pull him over, then slowed down near the interstate ramp. Hall made a motion with two fingers indicating he was continuing to flee, and entered the southbound ramp onto I-75, increasing his speed up to 145 mph for more than 20 miles. Two Georgia State Patrol (GSP) units joined the pursuit and attempted to execute a rolling roadblock. Hall was able to accelerate and evade the first attempt; the second attempt was successful. Hall lost control of the motorcycle, coming to rest on the ground in the far-left lane of travel. EMS was called and deputies rendered medical aid to Hall. Hall was in possession of a loaded 9mm caliber semiautomatic pistol, 829 grams of methamphetamine, a small quantity of heroin, digital scales with white powder residue and $1,610 cash. Hall had previously been convicted of several felony offenses, including burglary, possession with intent to distribute controlled substances and giving a false name to law enforcement. It is illegal for a convicted felon to possess a firearm.”
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