Saturday, September 12, 2015

Man Does Double The Speed Limit To Go To Court To Battle Speeding Ticket

Police said Seth Tichenor was caught
driving almost double the speed limit
in Vermont on his way to court Add caption
Up here where I live in Vermont, we've had a rash of arrests and citations of people doing more than 100 mph on our Interstate highways, most of which  have a posted speed limit of 65 mph.

When I'm driving along the Interstate, I'm constantly seeing cars whizz by me at breakneck speeds.

One of the latest incidents takes the cake.

Vermont State Police said on September 9. they caught Seth Tichenor, 33, of West Hartford, Connecticut driving at 112 mph in a 65 mph along Interstate 89 in Royalton, Vermont.

He caught the cops' attention because several other motorists called 911 to report him zipping along at 100 mph or more and weaving in and out of traffic.

The kicker is why Tichenor was traveling so fast. Apparently, the Connecticut resident was driving up into Vermont to take care of a prior speeding ticket. He was late for his court date, apparently.

Now, Vermont Police say, he has another court date on October 27 to answer charges of excessive speed and negligent operation.

Let's just hope Tichenor isn't late for his October 27 court appearance

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