Hernando, Florida - A Citrus County man wound up behind bars Sunday for refusing to pull over for a traffic stop, despite a 4-mile chase by two deputies with flashing lights and blaring sirens.
Marcus Koller, 22, of Hernando was clocked doing 50 in a 35 mile an hour zone on U.S. 41, and was quickly followed by a Citrus County Sheriff's deputy. Koller didn't stop, the sheriff's office said. He turned on his blinkers and kept driving.
A second deputy joined the pursuit, which ended when Koller pulled in to the Hernando Post Office parking lot. He was handcuffed and placed under arrest.
"I asked the defendant why he did not stop," wrote deputy Robaldo Ramos in the arrest affidavit. "He stated he takes his orders from his dad and only his dad."
In addition to speeding, Koller was charged with having an expired driver's license and fleeing and eluding.
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