Dirt Bike Rider Arrested After Evading Police

Mt. Juliet, Tenn. – A man is out on bond after he evaded officers on a dirt bike until he ran out of gas. On Friday, April 28, 2017 around 10:30 a.m., officers were summoned to CEVA, located at 12008 Volunteer Boulevard, in reference to an individual on a dirt bike, who was trespassing on private property. It was reported to police that the individual was driving recklessly through the parking lot and jumping a nearby hill on CEVA’s private property. In addition, it was an on-going problem with the same individual.

Jordan Rogers, 18, of Mt. Juliet

As an officer attempted to stop and simply warn the individual, identified as 18-year-old Jordan Rogers of Mt. Juliet, Rogers sped away on the dirt bike. Other officers continued to spot Rogers in the area, as he drove through many different private properties, but he ran out of gas. Subsequently, an officer noticed Rogers pushing the dirt bike nearby and arrested him. During the arrest, Rogers stated that he was aware officers were attempting to stop him and he did not want to be apprehended. Rogers was booked into the Wilson County Jail, charged with Evading Arrest.