An SUV driver breached two security checkpoint’s outside President Trump’s luxury Mar-a-Lago resort Friday — prompting cops to fire at the vehicle, according to local reports.

The ordeal began several miles away from the estate, where police responded to a report of a woman dancing on top of a parked car in a hotel parking lot, the US Secret Service told WPBF.

Once authorities arrived, that woman and another got into a different car and drove off, sparking a police pursuit as they headed toward the resort, according to the report.

Their black SUV was heading toward Mar-a-Lago’s main entrance when it blew past the two checkpoints — a series of concrete barriers and armed officers blocks away from the actual resort — around 11:40 a.m., the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office told WSVN.

Officers fired at the vehicle, though it’s unclear whether anyone was injured — or what agency the cops worked for, according to the report.

The vehicle continued to flee until the Florida Highway Patrol and a sheriff’s office helicopter located it, according to the report.

Authorities confirmed two people are now in custody in connection to the breach, reports said.

A preliminary investigation reveals that the vehicle approached the checkpoint “at a high rate of speed” and did not appear to hit the breaks, a law enforcement official who wished to remain anonymous told WSVN.

The incident occurred just hours before the president is set to arrive there, The Palm Beach Post reported.

The president’s fan club, the Trumpettes, is scheduled to hold its gala there Saturday with headliner Roseanne Barr, according to the report.

Then on Sunday, Trump will visit his West Palm Beach golf club for his annual Super Bowl party.

Palm Beach Police and Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputies set up a checkpoint at the intersection of S. County Rd. and S. Ocean Blvd.
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