Maryland Bay Bridge burnout driver gets weekend in jail

A Virginia man whose wild burnout maneuvers on the Bay Bridge were caught on camera will get just one weekend in jail.

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Gary Ray Montague, Jr., 22, of Dumfries was sentenced to 60 days in jail – but that sentence was suspended.

He must also spend 18 months on probation.

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In September, the Maryland Transportation Authority police arrested Montague, charging him with four counts of disorderly conduct and 23 traffic violations.

His charges included reckless driving, willfully damaging a highway and driving a motor vehicle in a manner intended to cause skidding. 

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Montague is slated to report to the Queen Anne’s County Detention Center this Friday.

The Bay Bridge is one of the most heavily trafficked routes in Maryland – particularly on the weekends, as residents of the state’s urban centers make their way to its eastern beach communities.