The chief deputy in the Henry County (GA) Sheriff's Office was recently pulled over for speeding, allegedly going 96 mph in a 35 mph zone.
The sheriff's office told CNN the chief deputy, Michael Yarbrough was on duty at the time, but simply did not turn on his lights or sirens.
The stop was made by an officer from the Henry County Police Department, and his bodycam video showing him slightly incredulous upon discovering who he was pulling over, 11 Alive reports.
The body camera video also captured the officer calling in the stop. "Yeah, the chief deputy driving a ******* Dodge Charger, a souped-up Dodge Charger, belongs to the sheriff's office. I just clocked this son of a ***** at 96 in a 35."
CNN reports the chief deputy was suspended for 40 hours and had pay docked over the incident.