Louisville Man Arrested for a Multitude of Charges Following a Pursuit
Date of News Release: 12/23/2015
(Bowling Green, KY) - Kentucky State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement, Senior Officer Jeremy Duvall conducted a traffic stop on I-65 north of Bowling Green on a White 1996 Lincoln being operated by 33-year old Darrell Taylor of Louisville. During the stop Taylor fled the scene in his vehicle continuing south, where he exited the Interstate onto Louisville Road. Taylor attempted to make a U-turn on Louisville Road when he lost control striking a Red 2002 Oldsmobile being operated by 50-year old Kaye France of Bowling Green. Taylor then fled the scene of foot, but was apprehended by units.
A 9-year old boy and a 5-year old girl were passengers in the France vehicle, but were not wearing their seat belts. France was wearing her belt and all occupants of her vehicle were transported to the Bowling Green Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. France was charged with No Registration Plates, No Insurance, No Seat Belt and Child not in a Booster Seat.
Taylor was arrested and lodged in the Warren County Detention Center for charges of No Registration Plates, No Operators License, Fleeing or Evading Police, 2 counts of Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree, Possession of a Stolen Firearm, and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Assault 1st Degree, Assault 2nd Degree and Trafficking Marijuana.
Sr. Ofc. Duvall was assisted at the scene by Kentucky State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Units, Kentucky State Police Post 3, Bowling Green Police, Warren County Sheriff's Office, Bowling Green Fire and the Bowling Green Med Center Ambulance Service.