Man leading police on high-speed chase calls 911 and demands to speak with his close friend President Donald TrumpBy William Martin 12:42 PM November 16, 2017
A man led police on a high-speed chase while talking to 911 dispatchers and demanding to speak with his close friend President Donald Trump, according to police in Florida.
Collier County Sheriff’s Office said that they have arrested 33-year-old Aric Leon Frydberg after being accused of driving under the influence of drugs.
Frydberg has been charged with aggravated assault, battery, fleeing police, theft, tampering with evidence, resisting an officer, marijuana possession, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
He was booked into the Collier County Jail and his bail has been set at $100,000.
According to the police investigation, the incident began on Tuesday, at around 12:30 a.m.
Police officers noticed a car parked outside a post office and when they got closer, they smelled marijuana.
When the police opened the front driver’s side door of the car, they noticed a bag containing a green substance.
An officer tried to take the bag but Frydberg pushed away his hand.
Frydberg then stuffed the bag into his mouth and drove away.
Frydberg then led police on a high-speed chase.
While fleeing from police, Frydberg called 911 and demanded from the dispatcher to connect him to his good friend, President Donald Trump.
He told the dispatcher that the president is his close friend and he made a deal with him.
After a 7-mile chase, police finally detained him.
Frydberg allegedly spit blood at an officer.