Illinois man caught driving 150 MPH in rented Lamborghini

On November 4, 2021, at approximately 9:14 a.m., Officer Ian Hamm with the Boulder City Police Department, Boulder City, Nevada, was stopped in the median of Interstate 11, near Mile Marker 12, when he noticed a white sports car traveling toward him at high speed. Officer Hamm estimated the vehicle’s speed to be in excess of 125 miles per hour, and locked the vehicle on LIDAR at 150 MPH.

Officer Hamm conducted a traffic stop on the car — a rented Lamborghini Huracan Evo — and arrested its driver, an Illinois carpenter named James Rice… complete with a somewhat bizarre rehearsed speech about calculus and the energy of a vehicle in motion.

Speech aside, James D. Rice was arrested for reckless driving… however, as Real World Police was first to uncover and report, many of Nevada’s highest-speed speeding tickets are ultimately pleaded down to non-moving violations, and Mr. Rice’s reckless driving charge was no exception. James D. Rice ultimately pleaded out to the equivalent of a parking violation. He was required to take “level 2 traffic school,” which a court employee confirmed to Real World Police is an online class, and Mr. Rice had to pay over $1,000 in fines and fees. He has a non-moving violation on his record.

Drive safe, folks.

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20 thoughts on “Illinois man caught driving 150 MPH in rented Lamborghini

  1. It’s disgusting this plead down this far. More fines and an overnight in jail is appropriate. Obviously he can afford this fine because he rented the car!

  2. Sucks but the cop was awesome. Treated him good because the guy was respectful and not an ass. Admitted he was wrong and moved on. This is how easy the world could be if everyone treated each other with respect

  3. Dude don’t be in A-hole as a cop. Don’t try to talk up to somebody talking about calculus. Don’t be that guy. Just tell them in plain English while driving that fast is a bad idea. Don’t try to talk about calculus. It’s weird. I get that he was driving way too fast and it was super dangerous and honestly I back police officer is 99% of the time. But there was just something about this officer that rubbed me the wrong way. He kind of seems like a D bag. Wouldn’t be surprised if his fellow officers felt the same way…

  4. Shoulda cut this man a break honestly. The safest possible road to do it on first of all but also he’s renting it, trying to enjoy it. Father son bonding

  5. It's nice to know there are atleast some cool cops around, I don't condone anyone driving at those speeds and putting random strangers and families on the road in danger, but I do understand why he was doing it, hopefully there weren't many people around when he did it. I also appreciate how calm, respectful and professional this officer was behaving.

  6. This is why we NEVER pull over. Your lambo cruising at 150 is 20 mph faster than the top speed of a cop car. Should have kept going and he wouldn’t have ever been in this situation

  7. Beautiful, straight, open highway as far as the eye can see, if this isn’t the road for a car like that then the road doesn’t exist…

  8. If I ever get pulled over doing 150 in a 65 this is the cop I want to pull me over. He's so nice, he treats people like people.

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