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Motorcycle rider taunts Law Enforcement ends up in jail without bond

A man who taunted law enforcement in Camden County, repeatedly zooming in and out of town on a motorcycle, on Monday, has been arrested. According to the Camden County Sheriff’s Office, deputies attempted to stop a motorcycle, but because it was traveling at a high rate of speed they discontinued to pursuit. Over a 3 hour period, the motorcycle rode back into town several times taunting deputies, troopers and city police officers, speeding away when law enforcement attempted to stop it. Several times the motorcycle ran the stoplights and drove into oncoming lanes putting other motorists at risk. Deputies were eventually able to locate the bike and the driver off Willow Creek Road, as he was attempting to turn around in a ditch. According to officers, while they were attempting to arrest the driver, he attempted to reach for his waistband several times, and they located a gun in his waistband. 25 year old Cody Woodruff of Montreal was charged with Felony Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance, Felony, Resisting Arrest, and Misdemeanor Driving While Intoxicated. Woodruff is being held in the Camden County Jail without bond.


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