In Billings, Montana, a man is standing trial for criminal endangerment and driving under the influence of alcohol at a speed of 134 miles per hour. According to the arresting law enforcement officer’s incident report, the man was stopped by police for driving his Dodge Magnum at a speed above the legal limit. The man was clocked going 134 miles per hour in a 50 mile per hour zone at around 10:30 pm on a Sunday evening, according to a statement issued by the Montana Highway Patrol. According to the incident report, a state trooper instructed the man to pull the Dodge Magnum over to the side of the road, where the trooper discovered a man, who also appeared to be intoxicated, passed out in the passenger seat of the car. The driver of the vehicle did not provide a driver’s license to the state trooper, but, using the man’s name and birthdate, the trooper ran a background check and determined that the man driving the Dodge Magnum had active warrants, a suspended driver’s license, and three convictions for driving under the influence of alcohol on his record. The man is currently being held on a $15,000 bond at the Yellowstone County Jail, where he awaits arraignment scheduled for later this month after being formally charged with the crimes in Justice court, where he appeared via video feed from the county jail.