College Student Busted After 110 MPH Police Chase That He Posted On Snapchat

It's 2017, so everything is filmed for social media.

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Screenshot: YouTube/Athens-Clarke County Police

If you happen to attend the University of Georgia, do you know some kid named Hunter Ty Wilkerson? Well if you do you should know that you’re probably not going to see him in class anytime soon and that’s because he was recently arrested after leading police on a 110 mph chase.

Wilkerson, 19, stole five traffic signs off the campus at UGA for some reason and then attempted to stay away from cops. And he did for about 10 minutes before his vehicle went airborne and crashed, slamming into numerous cars that were parked in front of the school’s police headquarters.

Check out video of his arrest below:

Oh, and this idiot decided to film the entire chase on his Snapchat and share it with all his pals. This was discovered after a police officer went through his phone after Wilkerson was arrested, only to discovered that he was still logged onto Snapchat. The Snapchat video showed the college student zooming into his speedometer during the chase, and then bragging about being chased by police.

This dude now faces 25 charges, including fleeing from cops, DUI and reckless driving.

h/t COED

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