[Video] Orlando Police Officer Arrested & Relieved of Duty After Reckless Driving of Marked Cruiser

Orlando Police Officer Alexander Shaouni was relieved of duty after a Seminole County deputy clocked him on Florida Avenue driving 80 mph in a 45 mph zone in his police vehicle. To make matters worse, after finally pulling over, he argued with the deputy, refused to provide his license, and left the scene.

Officer Shaouni was traveling in his marked OPD vehicle in Seminole County, presumably on his way to work, when the deputy clocked him at 80 in a 45. The deputy activated his lights and raced to catch up with Shaouni’s SUV.

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The deputy is heard on his bodycam saying, “Over 100 miles an hour trying to catch up to him,” the deputy noted to dispatch.

When the deputy finally caught up to Shaouni, who had turned his lights on before pulling over, Shaouni copped an attitude emphasizing that he was on the way to work.

OPD Officer Alexander Shaouni

“I am going into work, my man,” Shaouni told the deputy. “Why are you trying to pull me over as I’m going to work?”

“Because you are going 80 in a 45,” the deputy replied.

“I am going to work,” Shaouni said, indicating his Orlando Police Department uniform. “What does it look like I’m dressed for? What does it look like I’m dressed for?”

Following their back-and-forth, footage showed Shaouni refusing to give the deputy his driver’s license before getting back into his vehicle and speeding off again.

Authorities identified Shaouni by his badge and police cruiser #. According to the New York Post, he was ultimately charged with resisting an officer, reckless driving, and fleeing/eluding a law enforcement officer with lights and sirens active.

“The Orlando Police Department was notified by the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office on Friday, June 9th, that OPD Officer Alexander Shaouni was involved in an incident that occurred in Seminole County that resulted in criminal charges,” the Orlando Police Department said in a statement to local WESH 2 News.

“Officer Shaouni has been relieved of duty pending the Seminole County Sheriff’s criminal investigation and OPD’s Internal Affairs investigation.”

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Officer Shaouni was arrested and charged. His bond was set at $9,000.

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