September 29, 2023
Ryan Thomas Sills

A driver rushing at 120 miles per hour admitted he was doing “dumb” stuff in an try and get arrested.

Ryan Thomas Sills, 25, of Summerfield, was driving a silver Ford Mustang at about 9:30 p.m. Labor Day northbound on County Highway 229 when a Sumter County sheriff’s deputy famous that the car was touring “at a excessive fee of pace” in a forty five mph zone. Because the deputy tried to catch as much as the Mustang, he famous the car was touring at a pace of 120 mph, based on an arrest report. The Mustang entered the oncoming lane of visitors and ran a cease signal throughout the pursuit.

The car ultimately pulled over for the deputy, who had his lights and siren activated. The deputy instantly referred to as for backup. A Ok-9 unit responded to the scene and the canine alerted on the Mustang, indicating the doubtless presence of medication. A cylinder containing methamphetamine was discovered within the car.

Sills was arrested on prices of reckless driving, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Throughout a visit to the Sumter County Detention Heart, the Fort Lauderdale native admitted he had been doing “dumb” stuff in an try and get arrested.

He was booked on the jail on $5,000 bond.