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Frederica Man Arrested After Attempt to Evade Police

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HARRINGTON, Del.- Harrington Police arrested a Frederica man after he tried to escape from police on his motorcycle.

While on patrol on Clark Street, police say an officer saw a green motorcycle traveling west bound and conducted a registration check. The officer  confirmed the registered owner, 22-year-old Ryan Hacker, did not have a proper motorcycle license and had an active capias out of Justice of the Peace Court 7. 

Police say the officer activated his emergency lights and attempted to stop the motorcycle. Hacker failed to stop and continued westbound on Clark Street at a high rate of speed,  passing vehicles in a no passing zone. 

Police say the motorcycle continued onto Fleming Street and speed through the parking lot of the WSFS Bank. As the motorcycle was
leaving the parking lot, police say Hacker lost control and laid the bike down. Police say he attempted to pick it back up, but was taken into custody.

According to Police, Hacker was not injured and he was transported to the Harrington Police Department for processing. 

Hacker was charged with Disregarding a Police Officer Signal, Fail to drive a speed appropriate for conditions, two counts of unsafe passing on the left and No Motorcycle License. He was arraigned via video phone at Justice of the Peace Court 7 for the charges and the Capias. He was released on $600 unsecured bond. 

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