Arkansas State Police Chase Motorcyclist 85 Miles Until He Runs Out of Gas

Yup. Another pursuit out of Arkansas. On July 19, 2020 at approximately 1:52 am, Arkansas State Police Trooper Randall Schwab was parked adjacent to I-49, facing southbound and near exit 64. While stationary on the shoulder Trooper Schwab observed a motorcycle approaching from the rear, and activated his rear antenna radar — receiving a clear readout of 100 mph. Considering that the speed limit was 65 mph, Trooper Schwab activated his emergency lights and got behind the suspect motorcycle.

After coming to an almost complete stop at a red light, the suspect, later identified as Weston Ramey, accelerated through the red light and entered onto the southbound on-ramp. A pursuit was on.

The pair traveled on I-49 southbound exceeding speeds of 120 mph, ultimately taking a scenic tour and ending up near the City of Greenland, whereupon Ramey reentered I-49 northbound, traveling approximately 30 miles… until, as Ramey approached exit 81 in Rogers, his motorcycle appeared to run out of gas. Ramey exited at exit 81 and gave up.

The pursuit of Weston Ramey lasted approximately 48 minutes, and covered nearly 85 miles of road. Charges were requested for felony fleeing, driving on a suspended license, speeding, improper lane use, failure to stop, failure to stop at a red light, failure to stop or yield, no liability insurance, and failure to register vehicle.

Cue the “I’m outta gas!” comments…

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46 thoughts on “Arkansas State Police Chase Motorcyclist 85 Miles Until He Runs Out of Gas

  1. I was impressed the guy never got tired hustling that heavy bike through all those corners etc for that long.

  2. If he is from Arkansas he should have said I did not steal that bike let me repeat that I did not steal that bike like Slick Willy said about Monica only people from Arkansas can say stuff like that and get away with it.

  3. When asshole gives cop his name…
    Big cop: "Ohhhh boy! He's a regular in county!"
    This big cop trying to be the cool trooper's hype man?? 😂

  4. Suuuure seems like the officer's vehicle has a governor on it set at around 120. At 18:00 (I skipped through a lot but landed around there) you can hear it in the engine, just sitting at a pretty strong RPM but not going any faster. I don't know, I hit around the same speed in a pursuit once and I doubt my Crown Vic had much left of anything more to give. Hilariously enough, my 3.5L V6 Altima I've taken to 135 and it had a little more left. Bought it off the showroom floor and it does not have a governor/limiter in it.

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