Speedy motorcyclist outruns law, but fails to hide

Booked on suspicion of driving under the influence, evading officers and reckless driving


By Greg Welter
Chico Enterprise-Record

CHICO, Calif. — A motorcyclist who reportedly hit speeds of up to 100 mph on The Esplanade Wednesday night as he fled from police proved you can run from the law, but you can't hide.

Chico resident Tory Pryor, 21, was arrested by police after he allegedly ditched the motorcycle, described as a high-performance dirt bike, in the backyard of an abandoned house on East Seventh Avenue, and tried to escape on foot.

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