FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — Police are charging a Frederick man with leading officers on a high-speed chase for miles on Interstate 270.

Frederick Police say an officer tried to pull over Bryant Helon McMillan Jr. about 12:40 a.m. Saturday for failing to stop for a red light. Instead, the 1993 Lexus sped off on U.S. 15 and southbound I-270.

Maryland State Police eventually joined the chase. A police report says McMillan stopped when it was clear he couldn’t elude the officers.

Police say McMillan had an open warrant in Montgomery County and a suspended driver’s license.

McMillan faces multiple charges, including fleeing and eluding police and reckless driving.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

Comments (3)
  1. willieswallows says:

    too bad this s.o.b. didnt run off the road and kill himself, its @SSholes like this that cost people their lives and cost taxpayers $$$….i hope the judge throws the book at him and puts his butt in jail for the max sentence

  2. Doug says:

    The boy sounds like a total loser with no hope.
    He seems to be into a life of dumb crimes.
    I vote we euthanize him promptly and spare society his terminal burden.

  3. ha ha says:

    The news of Baltimore City is wearing on you. Doug, you usually take things with much more good humor.

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