An Oklahoma teenager was arrested on November 12, 2016, after Oklahoma Highway Patrol busted him for speeding at a top speed of 208 MPH.
Nineteen-year-old Hector Fraire first caught police attention when a radar gun clocked him doing 84 mph on the Kilpatrick Turnpike in Oklahoma City, before speeding away as officers tried to apprehend him.
Fraire was behind the wheel of a super modified 2011 Ford Mustang. Once police tried to pursue Fraire, he decided to try and evade them and then he was subsequently clocked by other radar guns that showed him hitting 176 MPH and then 208 MPH.
The initial unit that was in pursuit had no way of keeping up with the high speeds Fraire was doing but he cleverly radioed ahead to oncoming units and alerted them of Fraire’s car make and model. Units further down on the turnpike were able to intercept Fraire and apprehend him. Fraire then pulled over, dropped his keys out of the window, and was arrested and later charged with reckless driving and felony eluding.