TBT: Passenger In Car Speeding 110 MPH In Fairfield Needed Toilet
Since it is a Throwback Thursday, let's take a look back at one of the craziest police stops from the last few years. This particular incident happened in June of 2021.
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When you gotta' go, you gotta' go, right?
It has happened to us all at one time or another. You drink to much (water, juice, beer, whatever) and hop in the car without thinking how long the drive is going to be. Sadly, your bladder is only so big and, by the time year get partway into your trip, you realize that you REALLY need a bathroom.
Normally, most of us don't end up getting stopped for driving 50 miles per hour over the speed limit.
But, it looks as though that is exactly what happened in Fairfield on Tuesday night.
According to the KJ, the passenger in a vehicle that police reportedly clocked going 110 MPH in a 45 MPH zone really needed to go to the bathroom!
At about 7:20 PM on Tuesday evening, Fairfield Police Officer Nolan Allen reportedly spotted a white Toyota Corolla on Center Road in Fairfield that was traveling at quite a bit over the posted limit of 45 MPH. At one point, Allen used his radar to clock the vehicle at 110 MPH.
According to police, the vehicle was traveling so fast that, when it hit a bump in the road, it appeared to leave the ground.
Police caught up with the vehicle when it pulled into a Circle K parking lot. Once stopped, the passenger explained they were speeding because she really need to use the bathroom. She then went into the convenience store to go to the bathroom.
The driver, Robert Corson, was arrested and charges of criminal speed, operating after suspension, violating conditions of release and operating under the influence.