NJ biker arrested months after high-speed chase

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 3:40 PM

Authorities on Wednesday charged 20-year-old Anthony Darrigo, of Wanaque, with eluding police with risk of severe bodily injuring and resisting arrest.

NJ biker arrested months after high-speed chase

Police have arrested a biker months after they declare he videotaped leading them on a chase through the streets of NJ that reached one hundred sixty mph.

Authorities on Wednesday charged 20-year-old Anthony Darrigo, of Wanaque, with eluding police with risk of severe bodily injuring and resisting arrest.

A police officer began chasing Darrigo on Dec. ten, two thousand fifteen, after observing him driving the motorcycle on its rear wheel. A video from Darrigo'south helmet camera showed him weaving in and out of traffic at a high rate of speed on a hwy and through a residential portion before police broke off the pursuit.

The video was posted on YouTube and police traced it to Darrigo, who tells WNBC-TV he was "nervous" and it was "just all in the heat of the moment."

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