BMW driver arrested after going 176 mph on I-5 through Tigard, deputies say
WASHINGTON COUNTY Ore. (KPTV) - A 19-year-old driver was arrested near Tualatin after deputies said they recorded his speed at 176 miles-per-hour early Wednesday morning, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office released this video of the arrest:
At about 12:30 a.m., a deputy watching for speeding cars on Interstate 5 near Highway 217 and heard a 2016 BMW driving south at “extremely high speed,” the sheriff’s office said.
The deputy reported the car and speed to dispatch.
A deputy further south on I-5 spotted the BMW take the Nyberg Street exit. Both deputies caught up with the car while it was stopped on the off-ramp and pinned it in with their vehicles, they said.
The driver was identified as Milo Schneider, who was arrested for reckless driving and lodged at the Washington County Jail.
According to deputies, Schneider told them that his speedometer at one point said he was going 183 miles-per-hour.
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