Putting your bike into the triple digits might let you get past police for a little while—but, as the saying goes, you can't outrun radio.
One Collingswood man found that out the hard way this summer.
At 8:30 a.m. on July 7, a Collingswood police officer operating a stationary radar post on Route 130 reportedly clocked a motorcycle screaming down the northbound lane of the highway at 108 mph.
The officer attempted to pull the vehicle over, but the rider made a few quick turns in an attempt to elude him, police said.
Several miles down the road, however, units caught up with 19-year-old Anthony DiPasquale of Collingswood.
DiPasquale was charged with third-degree eluding, speeding, reckless driving. He was served with his complaints and released on his own recognizance.