Indianapolis man arrested after allegedly driving 134 mph with cocaine in car
BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, Ind. (February 8, 2016) – An Indianapolis man was arrested after police say he reached speeds of 134 miles per hour and he had cocaine in his car.
According to the Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office, a deputy was pulling onto southbound I-65 from SR 252 when she observed a vehicle traveling southbound on I-65 at a very high rate of speed.
The deputy caught up with the suspect’s vehicle and she saw the car swerve in front of a semi. She clocked the vehicle at 134 mile per hour, and she called for assistance.
An ISP trooper stopped the vehicle at the 74 mile marker. The driver was identified as Demarcus Williams, 21, of Indianapolis.
Williams refused to exit the vehicle, and he resisted arrest. During a search of Williams’ vehicle, the trooper located two sets of digital scales, both containing cocaine residue.
Williams was taken to the Bartholomew County Jail, and he faces charges of reckless driving and possession of cocaine.