FHP: Orlando man driving over 140 mph on I-4 leads troopers on chase that ended in store

ORLANDO, Fla. — Florida Highway Patrol troopers said an Orlando man has been arrested after a dangerous pursuit on Interstate 4.


Troopers said they were conducting speed enforcement along I-4 Wednesday morning when they clocked a driver at speeds over 140 mph near mile marker 82.

They attempted to stop the man behind the wheel of a 2007 BMW 335i, but he sped off and later exited the interstate at mile marker 98 on Lake Mary Boulevard.

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Troopers said the man parked at the At Home store on Flagg Lane and ran inside the business.

Troopers said they entered the store and found Mohamed Nour Jebokji, 34, and arrested him.

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Jebokji was taken to the Seminole County Jail.

Troopers said the arrest is part of an active criminal investigation and more details will be released later.

Channel 9 has a crew working to gather more details and will provide updates on Eyewitness News.

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