“Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” star Kirk Frost was arrested with another man Sunday when things spiraled out of control at a dirt bike and ATV rally in the ATL.
According to the AJC.com, cops said about 400 dirt bikes, ATVs and other motorized vehicles were travelling near Ralph McGill and Piedmont avenues on Sunday afternoon when an Atlanta Police Department officer noticed several of them were running red lights and driving on the wrong side of the road.
When the officer approached the vehicles, he was surrounded as they “popped wheelies and drove very recklessly,” according to a police report.
The officer then noticed a three-wheeled, red Polaris Slingshot near the back of the pack that ran multiple red lights and drove on the wrong side of the road. After pulling the vehicle over, he arrested the driver, 46-year-old Kirk Frost. His charges include reckless driving, operating an unregistered vehicle, failure to stop for an emergency vehicle, driving on the wrong side of the roadway and five counts of failure to obey a traffic control device.
Frost took to Instagram Monday night with a photo of his red Polaris Slingshot…and a denial of the charges:
Demarcus Jordan, 28, was also arrested – taken in at a gas station on Moreland Avenue after allegedly blocking traffic near the I-20 eastbound expressway with a pack of other dirt bike and ATV drivers. While on the scene, the responding officer noticed “approximately 30-50 dirt bikes start to circle the location,” according to a police report.
Jordan was charged with reckless driving and operating an off-road vehicle on a city street after attempting to flee the scene on his dirt bike, police said.
Frost and Jordan were released from the Atlanta city jail on Monday after posting $3,502 and $2,131 bond, respectively.
The pair were just two of hundreds of off-road vehicle drivers to take to Atlanta’s streets this past weekend, participating in an event known as #RayDay5.
(Photo Source: Atlanta Department of Corrections)