CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Investigators said a driver was street-racing in northeast Charlotte, but ended up driving against a state trooper.
Troopers arrested Timothy Boseman just after midnight Wednesday. They said he sped through a work zone near Interstate 485 and Rocky River Road.
The trooper was in an unmarked car and tried to catch up to Boseman to measure his speed.
Investigators said Boseman was clocked at 110 mph, which is when the trooper got behind him and flipped on his patrol lights.
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