Niagara Falls man accused of driving nearly 100 mph in stolen car

Ronald Proctor, 55, is accused of driving a stolen car, caught driving almost 100 mph in Cortland.

A Niagara Falls man wanted for aggravated harassment is now accused of stealing a car - caught because he was driving almost 40 miles over the speed limit in Cortland County.

On Friday, State Police clocked 55-year-old Ronald Proctor driving almost 100 miles per hour in a 65-mph zone, near Exit 10 on I-81 in Cortland.

When troopers pulled him over, they learned he was driving a stolen vehicle from the state of Delaware without a driver's license.

Further investigation revealed there was an arrest warrant for Proctor in Niagara Falls, where he was wanted for aggravated harassment.

Proctor was arraigned in Cortland Town Court, and sent to the Cortland County Jail on $5,000 cash bail.