ATTICA, N.Y. (WIVB) - A motorcyclist known for driving dangerously again outran police, according to law enforcement officials.
Early Tuesday morning around 1:30 a.m., Attica Police say they saw 22-year-old Nathan Hume of Silver Springs driving north on Market Street at a high rate of speed. Officers were unable to catch up to Hume to initiate a traffic stop and relayed the information to the Wyoming and Genesee County Sheriff's Office, as well as State Police.
Authorities say a short time later, troopers located Hume and his motorcycle at the Tim Horton's in Alden and were able to confirm Hume was the motorcyclist who sped away from Attica Police.
Hume is currently awaiting sentencing in East Aurora on nine traffic charges, including reckless driving and unlawful fleeing from police.
After arraignment, Justice Joseph Wolak of Village of Attica Court released Hume on his own recognizance to appear in court next month.
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