Driver’s 130 MPH Police Chase Fulfilled His “Lifelong Dream”
Dejuane Wilson from Wakefield, Virginia sped through a construction zone on Wednesday morning. When police tried to pull him over, he sped off.
The 24-year-old then lead officers on a high-speed chase through three counties. An officer clocked him driving at 130 miles-per-hour at one point.
After chasing him for 35 miles, the cops managed to box Wilson in so that he was forced to pull over onto the shoulder. When they were arresting him, he said he did it because he had a "lifelong dream to run from the police."
So far he has only been charged with eluding the police, but more-than-likely he'll be hit with more charges.