Washington State Patrol arrests man accused of driving 112 mph without a license
VANCOUVER, Wash. – Washington State Patrol arrested a man who sped past a trooper at 112 miles per hour on Interstate 205 and then proceeded to lead the trooper on a pursuit.
Washington State Patrol said the incident occurred Friday around 11:30 p.m.
A trooper was stopped along I-205 northbound with emergency lights on when a man in a 2006 Infiniti M35 drove past him at 112 miles per hour.
The trooper tried to catch up to the driver and had his emergency lights on, but the driver did not stop. He continued speeding past vehicles and occasionally driving on the shoulder and grassy area to pass other cars.
The trooper caught up with the suspect once his vehicle became disabled from his reckless driving. He eventually stopped.
The trooper ordered the driver and his passenger out of the vehicle. The driver was placed under arrest.
The trooper noticed the smell of alcohol on the driver and other signs that he was impaired.
The suspect refused to tell the trooper his name and the trooper was unable to find a driver’s license on him or in the car.
Troopers eventually discovered the driver only had an Oregon identification card. He was identified as Anip Disa, 30, of Gresham.
Investigators found an empty 40-ounce bottle of beer and an unopened can and unopened bottle of beer in the car.
Disa was booked into the Clark County Jail on charges of attempting to elude police, driving under the influence, reckless driving, obstructing a public servant, and no valid operator’s license without ID.