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Muller made a U turn and started chasing the motorcycle as it continued to travel in the eastbound lane, police said. Despite the flashing emergency lights on the patrol car, not only did Evans continue riding his motorcycle, he accelerated, police added.
Investigators identified the accused as Jay Earl Evans, Jr., 42, according to Lt. Michael Holmes, a Cecil County Sheriff's Office spokesman. on Sunday after Dfc. William Muller clocked Evans traveling 75 mph on a Harley Davidson motorcycle in the eastbound lane of Telegraph Road, near Gallagher Road, police reported.
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Muller asked Evans to perform field sobriety tests, and he refused, police said. At that Chi Flat Iron Polka Dot
"He got a reading that was above 110 mph," Holmes said, referring to Muller using his mobile radar device to clock Evan's motorcycle during the chase.
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Evans, who was later released on personal recognizance, is facing 10 charges, including driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, fleeing and eluding a police officer, reckless driving and negligent driving, according to Cecil County District Beats Colours
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point, police added, Muller took Evans into custody and then charged him with drunken driving and other traffic offenses.
ELKTON, Md. A New Castle man is facing drunken driving charges and other traffic offenses after he hit 110 mph on a motorcycle while fleeing from a county deputy north of Elkton over the weekend, police reported.
At the time, police noted, Muller was operating his mobile radar while driving his cruiser in the westbound lane.
"The motorcycle slowed down and pulled over for whatever reason," Holmes said. "The motorcycle operator's eyes were red and bloodshot, and Dfc. Muller detected a strong odor of alcohol coming from him."
The chase covered approximately three miles, ending within a few of minutes after it started when Evans pulled Beats By Dre Fakes over on the eastbound shoulder of Telegraph Road, less than a quarter mile before the Delaware state line, according to police.
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