According to a Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office incident report, On December 29th, 2022, at 11:09 PM, Deputy Figg was north on I-75 approaching the 328 on ramp. According to the report, “As Deputy Figg was approaching the on ramp, he observed two vehicles getting on I-75 from the 328. Deputy Figg observed the 2nd vehicle, the 2000 Toyota Camry, getting on at a high rate of speed. Deputy Figg attempted to catch up with the vehicle to get a pace on the vehicle as Deputy Figg would catch up with the vehicle. The vehicle would make a lane change placing vehicles between him and the vehicle he wished to pace. Finally, Deputy Figg was able to catch up with the vehicle at the 331. Deputy Figg began pacing the vehicle. As Deputy Figg was pacing the vehicle, he noticed the speeds going between 107 and 108 MPH in a posted 70 MPH Zone. Deputy Figg conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle.” Deputy Figg made contact with the driver, identified as Thang Hoang Dinh, 31, of Tunnel Hill. Thang was taken into custody for the speed and for reckless driving. Deputy Figg then checked Thang through GCIC to see if he had warrants or a valid license. Through GCIC, it showed Thang was suspended through Georgia for the super speeder. Thang was transported to the Whitfield County Jail and charged with speeding, reckless driving, and driving on a suspended license.
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