A Kermit, West Virginia, man excessive on crank slammed head-on right into a Catlettsburg Police officer early Monday, concluding a chase that crossed state strains, based on court docket data.
Courtroom data present each officers and occupants within the suspect’s stolen 2019 Ford Fiesta had been OK regardless of the extreme collision.
Simply after midnight on Monday, Catlettsburg Police stated the suspect sped from West Virginia throughout the thirty fifth Road bridge into the county seat, whereby city police picked up the pursuit.
The suspect, 51-year-old Allen Ray Flemings, struck one officer’s cruiser earlier than continuing to smash head-on into one other cruiser close to Grandview Manor, based on court docket data.
After coming to a cease, Flemings hopped out the car and tried to run away — officers Tased the methed-up mountaineer, taking him into custody, court docket data present.
Two passengers in Flemings’s automotive had been additionally detained — each ladies stated they advised the suspect to tug over a number of instances, however he refused.
A medical unit checked out the occupants and located them to be OK, data present.
Flemings, who was twitching with a dazed look on his face, admitted he’d smoked a little bit of ice that day, data present.
Upon working his info, Flemings was discovered to have a warrant in Wayne County, West Virginia.
Flemings was charged with first-offense DUI, first-degree legal mischief, first-degree wanton endangerment of a police officer, first-degree wanton endangerment, first-degree fleeing or evading police, third-degree assault, receiving stolen property in extra of $10,000 in worth and working on a suspended or revoked license.
Flemings is being held on no bond, resulting from his warrant in his native Mountain State.
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