Dozens of bikers stop a Maryland highway

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Wheely frustrating! Gangs of motorcyclists bring the Maryland highway to a stop while performing tricks for irate drivers

  • The group on motorcycles was filmed doing tricks on the Capital Beltway
  • Police officials said they shared the outrage and concern about the incident
  • It comes just a week after a group of drivers were doing donuts
  • Maryland State Police has committed more law enforcement to monitor the matter

Dozens of motorcyclists pulled a Maryland highway to a stop while stopping traffic to perform tricks on enraged drivers.

The bikers were filmed performing tricks in the middle of the freeway with a number of vehicles behind them waiting to get through, prompting Maryland State Police to promise more law enforcement.

The group on motorcycles was captured on camera on Sunday driving the Capital Beltway, the highway that surrounds Washington DC.

Cyclists were filmed blocking a highway and performing tricks prompting Maryland State Police to promise more law enforcement. Pictured: someone on a motorcycle in the middle of the road

Footage shows the motorcyclists keeping vehicles on the road for a few minutes while performing various tricks on their motorcycles, before pulling away and finally clearing traffic. Numerous motorcycles could be seen driving past the camera.

Police officials said they shared the outrage and concern over the incident and are now looking for those involved.

“The Maryland Department of State Police shares the concerns and outrage over the incident that took place yesterday afternoon on the Capital Beltway in Prince George’s County,” said Lt Col Roland L. Butler, Jr. from the Maryland State Police in a statement issued to 7 News

The statement added that ‘additional resources’ would be built in the area to prevent the highway from being blocked again.

While specific details on upcoming initiatives will not be made public, the Maryland State Police, along with law enforcement partners, will supplement our patrol force by sending additional resources across the region.

As we continue to find ways to maximize our efforts, the state police continues to focus on public safety in every jurisdiction of our state.

“The safety of Maryland motorists remains our top priority.”

Police encouraged anyone with information about who was riding the bike to contact Forestville Barrack agents by phone at 301-568-8101 or by email at msp.forestville@maryland.gov or the College Park Barrack by phone at 301-345-3101 or by email at msp.collegepark@maryland.gov.

The group on motorcycles was captured on camera on Sunday driving the Capital Beltway, the highway that surrounds Washington DC. Footage shows the motorcyclists keeping vehicles on the road for a few minutes while performing various tricks on their bikes

It comes just a week after a group of drivers on the same highway were doing donuts.

Vehicles were seen blocking traffic to turn at least two cars into donuts, while some other drivers got out of their cars to watch last Saturday night.

One involved driver has been identified as 20-year-old Jonathan C. Iraheta from Beltsville, who has been accused of traveling at 90 km / h in a 35 km / h zone, driving recklessly, driving negligently, driving aggressively, following too closely and unsafe change lanes. . He faces fines of up to $ 1,800.

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