Georgia Police Officer Pulls Over Chief Deputy For Speeding

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McDonough, Georgia — On June 20, 2023, While on patrol, a Henry County police officer pulled over a Dodge Charger that his laser clocked going 96 mph in a 35-mph zone. When the officer approached the Charger, he recognized the person behind the wheel as Henry County Sheriff Chief Deputy Michael Yarbrough. “Really?” the police officer who pulled the chief over for speeding immediately asked. Shortly after receiving Yarbrough’s license, the officer returns to the cruiser and makes a phone call to another person for guidance. “Guess who I just pulled over?” the officer is heard saying. “Who?” the person replied. “Yarbrough.”

The officer asked if he should write him a ticket. “It’s your traffic stop, do what you think you should do. I’m not telling you one way or another,” the person said. “I don’t care for him, so I’m going to write his [explicit].” The officer later walks up to Chief Deputy Yarbrough and hands him a citation. “If you would sign right here,” the officer tells Yarbrough, “Please slow down, have a safe day.” Georgia does have a super speeder law. Under it, super speeders are ticketed for traveling 75 mph or faster on a two-lane road or 85 mph or faster on highways. It adds a $200 fine to a ticket. The citation only states a “warning” and does not have a $200 fine on it. It does state that Yarbrough must appear in court.

In a statement, Henry County Sheriff Reginald Scandrett said, “Chief Deputy (Yarbrough) reported to me immediately after the traffic stop occurred that he was issued a citation for speeding. Any questions related to the citation itself should be directed to the Henry County Police Department. After reviewing the facts of the incident, I suspended the Chief Deputy for 40 hours without pay for the severity of the traffic citation.” A spokesperson says Yarbrough was on duty at the time but did not turn on his lights or sirens.

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30 thoughts on “Georgia Police Officer Pulls Over Chief Deputy For Speeding

  1. wonder what he wrote the ticket if was 96 in a 35 then you can bet that could cost the chief deputy his license it sure as hell would if it was a civilan

  2. Here's my question… the office said "I don't like him, so you know I'm gonna write him (a ticket) "… what would he do if the officer DID like him?

  3. yes yes, looks nice in front of the cam, but no matter what you do – it sucks and you get it on cape 😅
    Stay safe 💙

  4. Bullshit,,,,,,, A regular taxpaying citizen would have been arrested, thrown in jail , and had his car towed. Pig got special treatment.

  5. Wouldn't that be considered reckless driving reckless endangerment I'm sure the drivers windows were too dark how come the vehicle didn't get impounded waiting for someone to be killed first

  6. He got suspended for speeding like that. Cop or not, you’re getting a ticket…. Come on 96mph in a 35mph and not on a call?!! They’re in Georgia, and they got this Law

    2020 Georgia Code
    Title 40 – Motor Vehicles and Traffic
    Chapter 6 – Uniform Rules of the Road
    Article 9 – Speed Restrictions
    § 40-6-189. Classification as Super Speeder; Fees

  7. Amazing, our Sherrif and City police were on the news screaming at each other fighting over a traffic stop on a civilian. They set the bar low for me.

  8. why didn't he go to jail 96 in a 35 thats just a little over 20mph over. most people that run 20 mph over here in texas go to jail. even cops

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