A Florida man bumped into oncoming visitors on the state’s busiest highways in an effort to evade pursuing cops throughout a visitors cease.
Zachary Sibert was allegedly driving 110 mph and driving with a suspended license when he “determined to play Frogger,” based on the Brevard County Sheriff’s Department.
In the video released by Brevard County police on Friday, Sibert figured dodging dashing vehicles and vehicles was a greater different than jail.
The 29-year-old instantly jumped out of his automotive onto I-95 earlier than fleeing into Buffer Preserve, which consists of 5,026 whole acres.
“The excellent news is that Sibert yelled ‘I’m Sorry’ to our Deputy as he took off working and whereas he was a courteous felony, he was not very good,” the Sheriff’s division mentioned on Facebook.
Sibert was captured when he allegedly supplied to pay the motive force to drive him up the realm of the interstate. Deputies detained him after he was discovered hiding within the backseat of the automobile.
Sibert faces a number of fees, together with driving with a suspended license and resisting with out violence. The Vero Beach native’s bond is about at $1,500 and is scheduled to seem in courtroom in December.
“I assume he forgot he was in Brevard County the place we chase you and hunt you down when you run from us, a lot to his shock our Agents have been nonetheless within the space and situated Sibert,” the Facebook post read.