Boros Sentenced After High Speed ​​Motorcycle Chase | Public security


Lucas Timothy Boros, 20, of Little Falls, was convicted in Morrison County District Court on one count of fleeing a police officer from a motor vehicle. He was sentenced to 15 days in local jail, five years’ probation, and a $ 100 fine, but was granted a stay of taxation.

On April 17, an assistant from the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office was on a routine patrol on Highway 238 when he saw a sports motorcycle pass him at high speed. He clocked the bike at 91 miles per hour in a 55 mph zone. The deputy turned to catch up with the suspicious vehicle, but the driver – later identified as Boros – did not stop.

When the deputy activated his lights and siren to perform a traffic check, Boros increased his speed to between 110 and 115 mph. When the vehicles reached the town of Sobieski, the deputy clocked the bike at 90 mph in a 30 mph zone.

The chase continued for approximately 12 miles, but the deputy eventually lost sight of the vehicle.

The deputy decided to check the Boros residence. Upon arrival, he saw a truck come out of the driveway. He carried out a roadside check and confirmed that the driver was Boros, who admitted to riding the motorcycle in the yard of the residence and then changing his clothes. The deputy noted that he was shaking nervously.

In an official statement to law enforcement, Boros admitted to seeing the MP with his squad’s lights on. He said he “got scared and tried to outrun” the MP.

Boros was credited with three days in local detention.


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