Highway patrol plane captures speeding motorcyclist’s stunts on camera
Posted Apr 3, 2014 11:30 AM CDT
By Martha Neil
It wasn't just fellow motorists in the audience on Wednesday afternoon as a California motorcyclist sped down a freeway at over 100 mph, popped wheelies and even stood on the bike at one point.
Law enforcement personnel overhead in a California Highway Patrol airplane not only spotted the Interstate 580 incident in a San Francisco suburb but captured it on a surveillance camera. Then they guided ground units to an Oakland home where the claimed perpetrator of the stunts had parked the bike, according to the Oakland Tribune and the Crime Scene page of the San Francisco Chronicle.
The man they allege to be the bike rider, Corey McDonah, was booked at an Oakland jail on suspicion of reckless driving.
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