48-year-old Michael Bray of Sheffield Lake was speeding along when a cop noticed that his tags were expired. Oh, yeah, and he was weaving in lanes. When the copper flashed his siren and turned on his lights, Bray took off. Apparently Bray was under the influence and had no interest in being under arrest, so he fled.
Police gave chase, with each reaching speeds of close to 100 mph. Things came to an end when Bray's car caught on fire, which you can see in the video below. Good times, everyone.
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