Man Leads Police on High-Speed Chase, Tells Them It Was on His Bucket List: Cops
Is "going to jail" on that list too?
This bucket list is enough to land one Detroit man behind bars.
After being ordered to pull over for reckless driving, Kurtis Kahiel Law, 33, instead allegedly chose to lead Michigan State Police on an extended high-speed chase down Interstate 96 — supposedly to cross it off his “bucket list.”
When he finally came to a stop after losing control of his Dodge Challenger and crashing, Law admitted to officers that he led the pursuit so he could take it off his "bucket list."
“I guess he was just being honest that he wanted to cross this off his list,” Lt. Mike Shaw told a local radio station, CBS Local Detroit reported. “But now his vehicle has been impounded and he faces felony charges as far as fleeing to elude and some other charges.”
In addition to the charge relating to eluding cops, Law was arraigned Friday on charges of possession of marijuana, resisting and obstructing a police officer and driving while using a suspended license.
“So this may have been something that he thought about doing at the very beginning, thinking that it was a joke, but I’m pretty confident that he doesn’t think it’s a joke any longer,” Shaw said.
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