REDDING, Calif. - A driver was pulled over in Redding for doing 112 mph on Interstate 5 early Friday morning, according to the CHP Redding.
The CHP said the driver exited the freeway as officers were pursuing but the Northern Division Air Operation Air-13 was able to track the vehicle. Officers later caught up to the driver.
Officers also stopped a motorcyclist riding at 85 mph. They said that the same rider was seen doing more than 90 mph on Thursday.
Three other vehicles that were driving between 85 mph and 99 mph were pulled over. One other vehicle traveling over 100 mph was also pulled over.
The CHP is encouraging people to report any dangerous drivers.