Running from Arkansas State Police isn’t the best idea, but if you’re going to do it you better know how to really drive. This guy caught going 132 mph in his Dodge Challenger probably thought he could outrun a trooper, pushing his Mopar muscle car to 167 mph once the chase was on, but he was wrong.

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The trooper clocks the suspect speeding going the other direction, flips around, and gives chase. Because he’s just blasting down the road, the suspect stays well ahead, that is until he decides to turn right.

Coming in too hot, the guy just torque steers right off the road and into the dirt. The trooper is on him right afterwards, so there’s no getting away. Cornered, handcuffed and put in the back of the cruiser, the guy turns to what he probably thinks his only defense is: telling some crazy story.

Some people have never heard of pleading the fifth. It’s a pretty neat thing where you can refused to so anything incriminating and request that your lawyer’s present. This guy either doesn’t understand his rights or thinks his story about the accelerator pedal in his Challenger getting stuck is believable.

The trooper is having none of that story, telling the guy he doesn’t believe him right as he’s trying to sell it. We don’t blame him for being upset the suspect thinks he’s dumb enough to believe something like that.

Instead, he congratulates the guy on picking up a felony charge for fleeing. This is why we tell people to just pull over for police instead of trying to run. It might seem like a fun thing to do, but the consequences if you get caught are severe. It’s just not worth it.

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