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Suspect in custody for 'we on 94 wit' it' donut incident in Detroit


December 24, 2019, 2:43 PM

Update, 2:42 p.m. 12/24:

As of Monday afternoon, Detroit police had one suspect in custody in connection with the donut incident on I-94. That person wasn't the driver, but allegedly helped block traffic. 

Police Chief James Craig said the activity shut down the freeway for 10-15 minutes near Trumbull Sunday night. He added that the Camaro's plate contained a "despicable" message made out to Detroit police.

Original post, 10:47 a.m., 12/23:

Six months after a video of Dodge Chargers doing donuts on the Lodge made waves locally, a new video has surfaced showing similar activity on another Detroit freeway.

The clip, posted Sunday on Instagram by corecity.cc, shows I-94 blocked by a line of cars as a Camaro spins.

"We on 94 wit' it, baby!" someone yells over squealing tires.

The Lodge incident drew the ire of Detroit police, who pulled plate numbers from cell phone footage and made at least one arrest.

But in a sign the stunt drivers have wised up — this time, the vehicle's license plate and the face of its driver and passenger are blurred. 

Police say they're investigating.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

FUCK TRAFFIC #TSNLS

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