WASHINGTON — The driver of an ATV suspected of performing dangerous stunts in District Heights, Maryland, in front of a police officer has been charged, and so has the man police believe filmed the stunts.
Prince George’s County police charged Piera S. Barbour, 26, of Fort Washington, Maryland, with reckless driving, negligent driving and other traffic-related charges.
Police say on May 23 of this year, Barbour was the driver who rode dangerously close to a police cruiser, at time taking his hands off the wheel as he drove. Police say he was already in custody on a separate charge.
The incident was filmed on Pennsylvania Avenue, near Parkland Drive.
A warrant also has been issued for Michael W. Roane, 25, of D.C. He’s believed to be the cameraman, police say.