In an effort to get away from pursuing police during a traffic check, a guy in Florida swerved into oncoming traffic on one of the state’s busiest highways. According to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, Zachary Sibert “decided to play Frogger” while driving 110 mph and with a suspended license. Brevard County police released the video on Friday, in which Sibert can be seen avoiding oncoming traffic in an effort to avoid arrest.
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After leaping from his vehicle onto Interstate 95, the 29-year-old ran into the 5,026-acre Buffer Preserve. While Sibert was a polite criminal, the Sheriff’s office noted that he was not particularly bright. “The good news is that Sibert yelled ‘I’m Sorry’ to our Deputy as he took off running,” the statement read. After allegedly offering the driver money to take him up to the freeway, Sibert was apprehended.
He was discovered hiding in the trunk, and the deputies took him into custody. Among the charges against Sibert are driving while her license was suspended and nonviolent resistance. The bond for the Vero Beach native has been set at $1,500, and his next court date is in December. Astonishingly for Sibert, our Agents were still in the area and tracked him down.