DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa State Patrol says a person pulled over in Des Moines after a automotive pursuit advised state troopers that he needed to be chased as a result of it was on his bucket record.
Des Moines tv station KCCI studies that the person refused to halt a bit of earlier than 7:30 a.m. Thursday when a trooper tried to cease him over a violation on Interstate eighty. The ten- to fifteen-minute chase ended quickly after he left the interstate. He was taken into custody.
That’s when the forty six-yr-previous Des Moines resident shared his bucket record story with troopers. Courtroom data don’t but present that he’s been charged.
State Patrol Sgt. Scott Vibrant advised The Related Press that he’d by no means heard such an excuse in his 28 years of policing.