Body cam video shows Georgia chief deputy getting pulled over for going 95 in a 35 mph zone: ‘Guess who I just pulled over?’

Body camera footage shows the moment when a Georgia chief deputy was pulled over and cited for driving 96 mph in a 35 mph zone, WSB-TV reported.

The Henry County Sheriff’s Office now has suspended Chief Deputy Michael Yarbrough for one week without pay over the incident.

Body camera footage shows the officer making a call during the traffic stop, saying, “Guess who I just pulled over?”


“Yarbrough … Yeah, the chief deputy driving a souped-up Dodge Charger that belongs to the sheriff’s office. I just clocked this (expletive) at 96 in a 35.”

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