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Dad Caught Speeding at 120MPH With Toddler

December 17, 2010  | 

A Salem, Ore., father is facing reckless endangerment charges after a Marion County Sheriff's deputy arrested him on suspicion of racing along Interstate 5, reports Fox 12.

Deputies say Leonardo Diaz-Lua was clocked doing 120 mph while driving south on I-5 near Missions Street. Traffic Safety Team Deputy Ethan Griffith was on patrol in the area around noon Thursday when the racing occurred, according to the sheriff's office.

Read the full story at KPTV.com.

Tags: Traffic Enforcement, Catching Speeders


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