Florida suspect shouts ‘I’m sorry’ at deputies as he sprints down the freeway
A Florida suspect who fled police after being arrested for allegedly driving at 110mph with a suspended license was apparently courteous enough to shout “I’m sorry” as he rushed between vehicles on the freeway.
Suspect Zachary Sibert decided to “play ‘frogger’ on I-95” after being pulled over for speeding, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Department said in a statement on Facebook Friday.
“The good news is that Sibert yelled ‘I’m sorry’ at our deputy as he ran off and while he was a courteous criminal, he wasn’t very smart because after a short period of hiding in Buffer Preserve, he located a vehicle and said he would pay the driver to return it to the freeway area,” the statement read.
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The department said deputies later found him hiding in the backseat of the vehicle.
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“I guess he forgot he was in Brevard County where we are pursuing and tracking you down if you run away from us, to his surprise our officers were still in the area and located Sibert,” the statement read. .
Sibert was arrested with the department cheekily noting, “If you run from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, you’ll only go to jail tired!!”
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No one was injured during the accident.