A Wyandanch man pleaded guilty to all charges.
Jason A. Dyer, to second degree reckless endangerment, reckless driving, and following too close, among other charges after he was stopped on the LIE in June.
Dyer, 23 of Wyandanch, was pulled over near exit 48 on the LIE at about 7 a.m. one Sunday morning, said police. Police stopped Dyer after clicking him at speeds of 110 miles per hour, as well as they reported. Officers reported that during the stop, they found Dyer was driving under a suspended license and was arrested without incident.
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Dyer was charged with reckless endangerment, reckless driving, aggravated unlicensed operation as well as multiple vehicle and traffic law violations.
Dyer will again appear in court Oct. 1.