An Arkansas state senator got nothing but a tongue-lashing from a deputy sheriff on Monday after leading the deputy on a chase that the officer said topped 100 mph, 4029TV.com reported.
Why just a scolding, you ask?
Well, the deputy thought the state constitution exempted state lawmakers from arrest, even though a 2003 AG's opinion said they can be ticketed and arrested for criminal offenses.
The senator, Bruce Holland, of Greenwood, said he didn't know the deputy was chasing him and that he had no idea how fast he was going, but said it wasn't 100 mph, 4029TV.com reported.
-- Lance Murray