You are about to read a story of "he got what he deserved."

A Moss Bluff, Louisiana man was arrested early Saturday morning after operating a motorcycle in a reckless manner and taunting law enforcement officials.

Louisiana State Police were attempting to stop the motorcyclist on Interstate 10 in Lake Charles near the Calcasieu River Bridge traveling 96 miles per hour in a 60 mile per hour zone. The driver refused to stop, taunted the trooper with hand gestures, and then accelerated to speeds over 100 miles per hour.

Additional units were dispatched to apprehend the suspect. The driver of the motorcycle, 27-year-old Phillip Hebert, was eventually located outside of a residence in Iowa, Louisiana. His motorcycle ran out of gas.

Hebert was placed under arrest and charged with reckless operation of a vehicle, resisting by flight, driving with a suspended license, no motorcycle endorsement, improper lane use, failure to register a vehicle, and failure to provide proof of insurance.


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