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Dashcam Footage of Jags Lerentee McCray Leading Cops on High Speed Chase and Then Talking in Tongues

The NFL offseason hasn’t even fully started yet, but NFL players whose season is over are already getting in trouble.

Jags Lerentee McCray thought he was playing Grand Theft Auto when he took off on the cops. Thankfully, they didn’t shoot him to death which is always a possibility in these situations if you aren’t careful.

Especially in Florida.

You have to watch your back and your front at all times. One has to wonder if he was under the influence of something when this happened. Here are the details via Action JAX.

Jacksonville Jaguars player Lerentee McCray was arrested over the weekend in Lake County. In a police report obtained by Action News Jax, on Jan. 16, just before 1:00 a.m., a patrol officer with the Fruitland Park Police Department observed a Dodge Ram speeding on SR 205 and initiated a traffic stop.

FPPD said the driver did not stop and was seen making an “expletive (sic) hand gesture using his middle finger” out the window. During the chase officers reached speeds of up to 100 mph, during which McCray swerved across multiple lanes of traffic before finally stopping. At a 7-11 gas station, an officer from the Tavares Police Department was assisting another officer with another traffic stop when McCray pulled up, got up and gave a fist bump to another officer he knew from the Astatula Police Department.

McCray opened the TPD officer’s fuel door in an attempt to buy him some gas, according to a TPD report. The officer said there was no need to do that and after some back and forth, McCray grabbed the officer’s right wrist and “squeezed forcefully,” the report said. McCray was told to go back toward his vehicle and he then “opened the back of his truck and pulled out a child size bicycle and placed it on his hood,” the TPD report said.

McCray “was talking in circles” and not responding to officers, the report said, and he then went behind his truck and “laid on the ground as if he wanted to be handcuffed. The officer told other officers to detain McCray “due to his erratic behavior,” the TPD report said. Members of law enforcement said the player appeared to be in an “altered mental status” and transported McCray to a nearby hospital for medical evaluation. When McCraw was later interviewed by the officers from the chase from the Fruitland Park Police Department, he responded, “Oh that was you? My bad.”

McCray had a weed and shotgun in the back of his car, so this could have turned out really ugly.

Hopefully, he gets the mental health issues worked out, he needs to be in a facility, not jail.

Flip the page for dashcam footage of the chase.

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