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HENDERSON CO., June 19, 2014—A Frankston area high-speed chase has resulted in an arrest, according to Henderson County Sheriff Ray Nutt.
On Wednesday morning, around 10:30 a.m., Henderson County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a stolen vehicle. Deputies located the vehicle and attempted to make a stop. The driver of the vehicle, Josh Calhoun, fled from authorities, resulting in a high-speed chase through Frankston county roads.
Calhoun drove the vehicle into a pasture, abandoned the vehicle, and fled on foot. A parameter was set up and Calhoun was captured a short time later.
Calhoun faces a felony fleeing charge as well as Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle. He is being held in the Henderson County Jail. The vehicle, stolen from his employer, was returned to its owner.
KYYK’s Gary Richards spoke with Sheriff Nutt about the incident. Click below for more.
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