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Deputy: Motorcycle Reached 133 MPH Before Being Stopped

(Salem, OR)  --  Marion County authorities say a motorcyclist reached speeds of up to 133 miles per hour before being pulled over in Salem.  Officials say a deputy began pursuit after seeing the motorcyclist weave in and out of traffic in the area of MacLeay Road Southeast and Cordon Road Southeast yesterday afternoon.  The deputy, who was in an unmarked car, said the motorcyclist accelerated and "rocketed out of sight."  Twenty-six-year-old David Ladeby has been cited on charges of careless driving and speeding.

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