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Police said Bastian later used an emergency crossover to change directions on the highway. The motorcycle was clocked at 145 mph while traveling westbound on Route 101.
Police said Bastian did not know the Adidas Energy Boost Basketball Shoes
Bastian Adidas Climacool 1 Men's was arrested outside the home and charged with reckless conduct and disobeying a police officer.
"I didn't know what was going on, honestly," said Dennis Walsh, whose driveway Bastian parked in. "I had no clue who he was."
residents of the home where he stopped his motorcycle.
Bastian was released on $2,500 bail and is due to appear in court on May 14.
Bastian was weaving in and out of lanes during rush hour traffic, police said.
Aircraft clocks motorcycle traveling 145 mph on Route 101
"He was passing vehicles when he was doing that," Armaganian said. "Very dangerous for not just him, but the other vehicles. One wrong move and this could have had a really tragic ending."
A trooper in the aircraft noticed the motorcycle pulled into a driveway off Route 107 and alerted police on the ground to Bastian's location.
The aircraft continued tracking the motorcycle, which turned off the highway at exit 3 and traveled through Candia on Route 43 and eventually into Deerfield on Route 107, police said.
BASTIAN WENT THROUGH TOWN ON 43 THEN INTO DEERFIELD ON 107 WHERE HE PULLED INTO THE DRIVEWAY OF THIS HOUSE BELONGING TO DENNIS WALSH. Adidas All Star Mens
I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT WAS GOING ON HONESTLY. WITH THE POLICE AIRCRAFT ON HIS TRAIL, IT DIDN'T TAKE GROUND UNITS LONG TO FIND BASTIAN, WHO SAID THIS HOUSE WAS HIS. I HAD NO CLUE WHO HE WAS. BASTIAN IS BEING CHARGED WITH RECKLESS CONDUCT, POLICE SAY WHEN THEY TOOK HIM INTO CUSTODY HE WAS NOT UNDER THE INFLUENCE
SCENE FOR MINOR INJURIES. 15 FAMILIES HAVE BEEN AFFECTED SO FAR. STATE POLICE SAY IT'S A MIRACLE NO ONE WAS KILLED WHILE A PAN WAS SPEEDING ON THE HIGHWAY THIS MORNING. POLICE SAY 24 YEAR OLD JACOB BASTIAN WAS GOING AS FAST AS 145 MILES PER HOUR ON HIS MOTORCYCLE THROUGH RUSH HOUR TRAFFIC ON 101. NICK SPINETTO IS LIVE IN CANDY A. TO GIVE YOU PERSPECTIVE HERE, HE WAS TRAVELING AT A RATE OF 212 FEET PER SECOND. THAT'S NEARLY HALF THE LENGTH OF A FOOTBALL FIELD. VERY DANGEROUS, VERY DANGEROUS. IT UNFOLDED THIS MORNING ON ROUTE 101 EAST. A POLICE AIRCRAFT CLOCKED HIS SPEED AT 92 MILES PER HOUR IN A 55 ZONE. WHEN THE TROOPERS ON THE ROAD ATTEMPTED TO STOP THE MOTORCYCLE, THE DRIVER INCREASED SPEED TO ELUDE THE TROOPERS. POLICE SAY BASTIAN INCREASED HIS SMEED TO 145 MILES PER HOUR. THIS WAS DURING RUSH HOUR TRAFFIC WEDNESDAY MORNING. HE WAS REPORTEDLY WEAVING IN AND OUT OF LANES. HE WAS PASSING VEHICLES AS HE WAS DOING THAT, WHICH IS VERY DANGEROUS NOT JUST FOR HIM BUT FOR THE VEHICLES AROUND HIM. ONE WRONG MOVE BY EITHER HIM OR SOMEBODY MAKING A LANE CHANGE IN FRONT OF HIM OR AROUND HIM, THIS COULD HAVE HAD A REAL TRAGIC ENDING. TO AVOID POLICE CHASING HIM, BASTIAN TURNED HIS MOTORCYCLE INTO A MEDIAN AND STARTED GOING WEST ON 101. POLICE SAY HE WAS RACING THROUGH TRAFFIC, GETTING OFF ON EXIT 3. GROUND PATROL LOST HIM, BUT THE POLICE AIRCRAFT WAS STILL FOLLOWING. D Rose 773 6
Troopers attempted to stop the motorcycle, but police said Jakob Bastian, 24, of Dunbarton, sped away.
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