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16 | WheelsOfGrace.com | Issue 44 HANDLEBAR NEWS BRITAIN'S FASTEST SPEEDER JAILED AFTER 189 MPH HIGHWAY RIDE , THAT HE VIDEOTAPED HIMSELF By Gary Gastelu A record-se ng motorcycle rider was sentenced to 21 months in jail, a er a court was shown a video that he shot of himself riding at 189 mph on a public road. Adam Campion, 26, faced five counts of dangerous driving based on video evidence found on his computer during a stolen motorcycle inves ga on in 2016 in No nghamshire, U.K., SWNS reported. Among the clips of him doing wheelies in traffic, running red lights and riding on the wrong side of the road on various motorcycles was a close-up of a speedometer reading 189 mph as he sped down a two-lane highway. Inves gators used facial recogni on technology to iden fy Campion in the videos, despite the fact that he was wearing a helmet. "I hope this prison sentence will make those who think it is acceptable to put themselves and others in danger by driving dangerously think twice," No nghamshire Police Inspector Glenn Longden said. "They are not above the law and no ma er how long it takes; we will bring them to jus ce." IT STARTED WITH ALLEGED FISH TANK THIEVES GETTING AWAY ON A MOTORCYCLE. THEN IT GOT EVEN STRANGER Ohio police went on an unexpected motorcycle chase on and early morning. Police received a call at 11:30 a.m. from a PetSmart pet store on Youngstown Warren Road in Niles, Ohio about two men who allegedly shopli ed a large fish aquarium and fled on a motorcycle, according to a post on the Niles Police Department's Facebook page. A cop who was responding to the call said he saw the motorcycle pass him on a nearby road and began pursuing the suspects. At that me, police say the passenger who was holding the fish tank, later iden fied as 52-year-old Mitchell Adkins, jumped off the motorcycle and broke the aquarium. A er Adkins fell off the motorcycle, police chased a er the operator of the motorcycle but ini ally lost track of him. A few minutes later, the motorcycle was found abandoned on a nearby street — promp ng police to search the area. During their search, police found a "nervous looking man," according to the Facebook post. The man, who was later iden fied as Christopher M. Binion, ini ally said he saw the suspects run off, but a cop who was involved in the motorcycle pursuit was called to the scene and iden fied him as the bike's operator. Both men were charged with the . Binion is also facing various traffic-related charges. WOMAN ARRESTED FOR HIT AND RUN CRASH THAT KILLED MOTORCYCLIST A woman accused of fleeing the scene a er hi ng a motorcyclist in a fatal crash last month in Hesperia, CA was arrested in Los Angeles. Members of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department Specialized Enforcement Division arrested Leann Nadia Ohayon, 31, of Hesperia for Manslaughter. The fatal crash happened on September 12, 2018, at about 8:02 pm, when the vic m, Jerry Romero, 29, of Apple Valley, was heading home on his Harley. Romero was traveling eastbound when he was struck by a vehicle. The vehicle, described as a white SUV pulled out of the shopping center and directly into the path of Romero causing him to be ejected and to sustain fatal injuries. Romero was pronounced deceased at the scene. Police say they were able to posi vely iden fy Ohayon as the suspect through witnesses and surveillance video from the scene. According to a sheriff's news release, "inves gators determined that Ohayon knowingly fled the scene of the collision and shortly therea er, abandoned her vehicle at a residence. On September 13, 2018, an arrest warrant was issued for Leann Nadia Ohayon for Manslaughter. At about 1:30pm, members of the Specialized Enforcement Division located Leann Nadia Ohayon in the area of 8th and Vermont Street as she was leaving a residence in Los Angeles. Ohayon was taken into custody without incident transported and booked into the West Valley Deten on Center for the manslaughter arrest warrant. Her bail is set at 1 Million dollars. Any persons iden fied as assis ng her will face criminal charges." ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLES IN MOVIES? Rumors have circulated that the producers of John Wick 3: Parabellum have approached several electric motorcycle companies for Keanu Reeves' neo-noir ac on thriller, scheduled for release in May 2019. MOTORCYCLIST INCORPORATES PASSION FOR TWO WHEELS INTO FEATURE FILM PROJECT From writer and director Carmine Cangialosi, American Dresser follows John Moore (Tom Berenger), a hard-edged Vietnam veteran who is recently widowed and estranged from his adult daughters. A er discovering a decades-old secret his wife kept for years, John finds himself at a crossroads and decides to confront the mistakes of his past by fulfilling a lifelong dream. He fixes up his American Dresser motorcycle and sets out on a cross-country road trip with his best friend, Charlie (Keith David). They hit the highway, exploring new territories, mee ng a series of o eat characters, and together they learn that life is about moving forward, one mile at a me. More informa on about the film can be found on its website at www.americandresser.com.

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