Washington Trooper Wastes No Time Arresting 137 MPH Driver

Like to drive fast? Might not want to do it in Washington. Or at least not in front of this trooper.

In other news, diabetes does not make people drive 137 miles per hour. Good story, though.

The first couple of minutes of footage show the trooper on a more normal speeding traffic stop. Less than two minutes after that stop ends, the 137 MPH speeder flies by in the far left lane. If you want to start with the second car, skip to 2:18.

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46 thoughts on “Washington Trooper Wastes No Time Arresting 137 MPH Driver

  1. I've had a cop give me the exact same commands when I was driving stupid once. Kinda freaked me out like oh shit I'm going to jail! Ended up being a really cool cop though I just got a squealing tires ticket 🙂

  2. I'm diabetic and no excuse for his speed… but his sweating is a sign of a for sure problem. especially if its dropping low. I know when it happens to me, you start forgetting what you are doing… its very dangerous. I don't doubt that is why he was going as fast as he was. You really do become unaware of your surroundings and what you are doing. but she said his sugar was 169, yeah its a little high but not that bad. it depends on what is going on. 50 to 180? what kind of a scale is that? normal ? getting up around 120 is getting high.. but 180 to be normal? no. not sure what is wrong with this guy honestly. just being stupid. when i started writing this, i didn't hear his blood sugar.. now that I did, i don't think that caused his speed.

  3. I live in a town with a major interstate about a mile from my house. All evening and night until about 1 AM I can hear cars easily going 120+. Seems as though drivers like him are the norm.

  4. If he's truly diabetic, they need to immediately, immediately have EMS rolled up. Yes, he's FLYING. Absolutely FLYING. At the same time, he could very quickly have a problem in the back of that car.

  5. After watching several of these stops on YouTube this officer doesn't strike me as having the right temperament. Notice how he addressed the passenger when inquiring about the diabetes? Notice how he asked for the keys to be dropped and got in a threat to shoot? The whole vibe was wrong. What if he was trying to get to the hospital? No inquiry, just straight to cuffs. This could have contributed to the guys shock.

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