Police say only thing 2 teens won after 118 mph race on Ga. 400 was trip to jail

Devin Michael (left) and Stephanie Petroski.
Devin Michael (left) and Stephanie Petroski.

Credit: Channel 2 Action News

Credit: Channel 2 Action News

Alpharetta police said they witnessed a high-speed race with no winners Tuesday.

Two teenagers allegedly hit speeds up to 118 mph on Ga. 400 near Old Milton Parkway, Channel 2 Action News reported. Devin Michael, 19, and Stephanie Petroski, 17, both face charges, including speeding and reckless driving.

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Sgt. Howard Miller told Channel 2 an officer spotted both drivers competing against each other while weaving in and out of traffic. The officer was able to pull over and arrest Michael, but Petroski drove away, he said.

Petroski might have thought she won the race, but the officer was able to write down her tag number, Miller said. Soon after, Petroski turned herself in.

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“We will pull you over, we will find you and we will put you in jail for it,” Howard said, warning others super speeders.

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