Wayne County, Kentucky officers say a fifteen-year-old juvenile has been charged on felony and other charges after a motor vehicle accident.
Deputies Brent Rose and Jerry Coffey responded yesterday to a suspicious vehicle complaint on Kentucky Highway 674. Upon arrival in the area the officers observed the described vehicle on Patrick Road. When the driver of the car observed the deputies cruiser the driver abruptly turned into a driveway and made contact with a parked vehicle sitting in the driveway. The deputies activated their emergency lights at that time. The juvenile driver then backed up striking a garage causing a substantial damage to it. The driver drove forward striking the deputies cruiser and then continued on and coming to a stop in a nearby field.
Deputy Rose charged the fifteen-year-old with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, second-degree wanton endangerment, second-degree fleeing or evading police, first-degree criminal mischief and driving without a license/negligence in an accident.
There were no injuries in the accident and the accident investigation is continuing by the Kentucky State Police.