GEORGIA — A South Burlington teen is facing charges after allegedly driving 119 mph on I-89.

According to Vermont State Police, officers conducting traffic enforcement here on Friday night spotted a car being driven by Seth Wilbur, 18, at approximately 7:51 p.m. traveling at a high rate of speed.

Wilbur was stopped, taken into custody, and charged with excessive speed and negligent operation.

He was issued a citation to appear in Franklin County Superior Court on Dec. 14 to answer the charges against him. He was also issued civil tickets with fines totaling $792.

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