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Florida defensive lineman Michai Boireau spent two nights in jail this weekend after he was arrested
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Florida defensive lineman Michai Boireau spent two nights in jail this weekend after he was arrested for speeding. The incoming freshman, was charged with fleeing deputies at speeds in excess of 150 miles per hour and causing serious injury with a vehicle...
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According to a police report obtained by the Monroe County Reporter, Boireau drove at 86 miles per hour when police noticed him.

After flashing their lights toward his car, the report says that the defensive lineman sped up to over 150 miles per hour.

Boireau was later released from custody on a $60,000 bond, according to GatorsOnline.

Police say that Boireau drove into a Chevy Malibu at the median, injuring the driver. When authorities caught up to him, he said that he was driving back to school and that he fled from police because he was driving on a suspended license.

“Boireau drove recklessly, radically changing lanes and driving through traffic at speeds of more than 100 mph, passing vehicles on the shoulder," read the police report.
(The Spun)

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ChineseBandit5828 days
fleed???
:smh:
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clamdip28 days
He done fledded.
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The Torch28 days
150 miles per hour. Gosh Damn what was the boy driving a jet car or somethin
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southernboisb29 days
How long until somebody try to spin it against UGA?
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southernboisb29 days
Mission already accomplished.
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Ole Tennessee30 days
Respeck my decision.
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PeleofAnalytics30 days
Did he hit a man or the car a man was in? Cause if you hit a human being at 150 mph, they turn into a pile of meat with red sauce.

Larry, if you hit a school bus with 30 1st graders in it , would the headline be “Larry Leo hits 30 1st graders with his car”?
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WhoDatNC1 month
and you tell me this kid really got into UF? Good thing for football.....
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24chevrolet481 month
That's what you get when you give a car that can go 150 mph to a Clown
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oldtrucker1 month
Can't fix stupid
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IceTea201 month
Monroe County?? He was just trying to keep up with the flow of traffic.
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"He was just trying to keep up with the flow of traffic"

This couldn't have taken place on I-75. It's always a parking lot.

Anyone know where he was speeding?
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Tiger T Rog1 month
O shite now they can all afford hell catz
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oleheat1 month
A Florida D-Lineman....Word is one of the cops sidestepped him and took it 85 yards to the house.
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Woodman1 month
He's only a three star. Must have felt the need to get more attention from the coaches.
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tokenBoiler1 month
Whatever happened to the Fulmer Cup?
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SEC speed
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bigDgator1 month
Take that Georgia
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Randolphre1 month
All I see is a d-lineman who can move fast and has an aggressive streak...should we?
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Tasseo1 month
I wonder if the collective and coach can sue this kid for now not living up to his part of the agreement due to being in jail, so they can balance out the other suit.

Opening Pandoras box always wins.
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sml711 month
LOL @ "fleed".
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Russianblue1 month
came here for this and this only. smh,
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TigerCoon30 days
fleed is a new one on me
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xGeauxLSUx1 month
UF gonna UF
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Jorts R Us1 month
Fleed? LSU gonna LSU
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Tigerinthewoods1 month
“Fleed”?
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