Man Arrested After Filming Himself Driving 140 MPH
February 14, 2011
Photo via Flickr (Nathan Eal Photography).
An Oregon man who filmed himself driving at speeds exceeding 140mph also filmed his own arrest by Marion County police, reports KATU.
Stanislav Vadimovich Bakanov was pulled over by police on Oregon Interstate 5 after he was clocked driving his black 2005 BMW at 118 mph. He filmed Sheriff's Deputy Ryan Postlewait as he approached the car.
Bakanov was cited for reckless driving, fined more than $1,100, and his vehicle was impounded.
Read the full story at KATU.com.
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