A vehicle pursuit that began in Russellville Tuesday afternoon ended in Tennessee with a foot pursuit and two arrests.
Logan County Deputy Jason Brent received a call that 43-year old Shelley Bray of Russellville was driving on a suspended license and he located her at US 68 and North Main Street.
Bray eventually stopped for Deputy Brent, but then accelerated again and a news release says she disregarded stop signs and passed vehicles on the shoulder of the road as she made her way through Adairville and then into Robertson County, Tennessee.
Police say she drove through the Adairville police chief who was out of his vehicle on foot and that she attempted to run Deputy Brent off the road. Spike strips were used in Adairville and she eventually came to a stop after a mechanical failure in Springfield.
She attempted to run, but was tased and taken into custody. She’s charged with nine counts of wanton endangerment, fleeing or evading police, DUI and several other crimes related to the pursuit. She was also sought on multiple warrants.
A passenger, 30-year old Brandon Brown of Franklin, was arrested following a foot pursuit and is in the Robertson County Jail.