The two men involved in an October pursuit in Oak Grove that put responding law enforcement in danger were indicted by a Christian County Grand Jury Friday.
Thirty-two year old Brandon Huff of Clarksville is indicted on seven counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment of a police officer, fleeing or evading police, trafficking in methamphetamine, criminal mischief and possession of burglary tools.
34-year old Dominic Marino of Oak Grove—a passenger in the vehicle Huff was operating—is indicted for trafficking in meth, trafficking in heroin, promoting contraband, tampering with physical evidence, knowingly receiving stolen property and resisting arrest.
As previously reported, Deputies with the Christian County Sheriff’s Department and officers from the Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force were at the Pilot on KY 115 in Oak Grove in an attempt to serve warrants against a suspect and Deputy Jeff Goulet tried to make a traffic stop on a car driven Huff.
Huff headed southbound in the parking lot and flattened a tire when he struck a curb, but drove across the grass and onto KY 115. A previous news release from the sheriff’s department says he drove the automobile toward an officer, causing him to fire his duty weapon toward the automobile. No one was injured.
Deputies were able to get Huff to stop near Oak Grove City Hall and he and Marino were both arrested. A search of the vehicle allegedly revealed multiple items of drugs and drug paraphernalia.