Motorcyclist Crashes in Downtown Las Vegas After Leading Police on Meth-fueled Chase

A motorcycle rider who police suspect was high on meth led an officer on a chase near downtown Las Vegas before he hit a curb and flew off the bike. William Fogg faces charges of DUI, disobeying a peace officer while DUI, reckless driving and drug possession. The officer estimated the driver was traveling 80 mph in a 35-mph zone, police said. As the officer activated his lights and siren to stop Fogg, the motorcycle rider began traveling in the opposite direction of traffic, police said. While officers searched the bike, they found a bag containing crystal meth, and the substance later tested positive as the drug. In the hospital, Fogg told police “he had smoked meth”. Records show police arrested Fogg the week before, including on a drug charge, but the district attorney’s office declined to move forward.

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This motorcycle rider was doing everything wrong: riding while high on meth, speeding, traveling against traffic, and evading police.

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