Driver's Vehicle Disabled By Police
Cody Brady, (25) Rocky Hill, Brittany Decker, (26) Park City
Edmonson Voice Report:
A Rocky Hill man and a Park City woman were arrested on multiple felony charges and warrants after a three-county pursuit that ended in the driver's car being disabled, according to Kentucky State Police.
KSP said Trooper Jordan Matthews, of Kentucky State Police Post 3 in Bowling Green, observed a blue Toyota car fail to stop at a stop sign on Old Bardstown Road in Barren County. Trooper Matthews reportedly activated his emergency equipment, but the vehicle failed to pull over and started to flee. An official press release from KSP said based on the vehicle registration plate, it was determined that the registered owner had active warrants. The vehicle reportedly continued on multiple roads in Barren, Edmonson, and Warren Counties but came to a stop after a tire deflation device was successfully utilized on Louisville Road in Warren County, KSP said.
Troopers identified the operator of the vehicle as 25-year-old Cody Brady, of Rocky Hill, Ky, who was taken into custody and lodged in the Hart County Jail. He was charged with:
Brady was also served with active warrants.
A passenger in the vehicle identified as Brittany Decker, (26) Park City, was also lodged in the Hart County Jail. She was charged with:
Decker was also served with active warrants.