Brett Sieminski of North Ridgeville said he was sorry for tearing up Cleveland streets on his dirt bike, but a judge said she had little sympathy and sentenced him to 17 months in prison. Sieminski is the first dirt-bike rider to get a prison term for terrorizing city streets — he was charged with inducing panic and failure to comply with police. Sieminski’s drivers license was suspended for a whopping 10 years. “This is dangerous behavior. It is not acceptable,” said Judge Nancy Margaret Russo. “This is terrifying to see this kind of behavior go on. It literally feels like you’re being invaded.”
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