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Texas Man Flees Cops Because He's 'Tired Of Getting Arrested For Weed' (Video)

| by Michael Allen
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Jonathan Davis led police on a wild chase on Feb. 11 at speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour that finally ended in Lacy Lakeview, Texas (video below).

Police were able to flatten Davis' tires with spike strips and bullets, causing the young man to crash into a median.

"Dude, I was trying to get to San Antonio," Davis told reporters, notes KCEN.

"I don’t know what the f------ roads I was on until they shot my car," Davis added. "I didn’t know they was going to shoot at me. I was like, 'Damn, they shooting at me, I ain’t even got no gun.'”

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Davis confirmed that he had weed on him, and added, "I always have weed on me."

"I'm tired of getting arrested for weed," Davis lamented. "I can't get a regular job anywhere, because of all my weed charges."

Davis went on to say that it was a "thrill" to drive fast, and that he was an "adrenaline junkie."

"This reckless, high-speed driving for this long a period of time, probably up to 100 miles, from what we understand from Rockwall, all the way to Waco, it's a very serious situation. He put a lot of people in danger," McLennan County Sheriff Parnell McNamara said, notes WFAA.

Davis allegedly tossed drugs out of his car during the chase, and drove the wrong way on freeways and roads.

Sources: KCEN, WFAA / Photo Credit: Fox 4 via YouTube

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