UPDATE: 3rd driver accused of doing donuts on I-285 has been arrested, police say

CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. — A third man has been arrested for doing donuts on I-285 last week.

Devon Henry, 19, aka BMW Royal, turned himself in March 7. He’s been charged with racing on highways and reckless driving.

“Our message is that we will not tolerate blatant disrespect for the laws and safety of the citizens of this county,” the Clayton County Police Department wrote. “These offenders may have thought this stunt was a few minutes of fun on a weekend, but the consequences will last much longer. We will continue to combat this deviant behavior.”

Original story:

Two men wanted in a dangerous stunt that shut down a portion of Interstate 285 have now been arrested.

We showed you wild video of drivers drifting and doing donuts on I-285, under Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s runway on Saturday night.

On Friday afternoon, Clayton County’s police chief announced that his detectives have identified and secured warrants for two of those suspected drivers, Zachary Lewis, 20, and Isadore Harvey, 21.

The Clayton County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday night that both men had been arrested. Harvey was taken into custody in DeKalb County. Lewis was arrested in Gwinnett County.