LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The man who led police on a high speed chase from Louisville to Nelson County in 2012 has learned his fate.
In a Jefferson County courtroom Thursday morning, Aaron Wallace, 19, was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Wallace led police on the chase after he carjacked a woman at a Louisville Meijer store. They say he sideswiped a car with a mother and child in it shortly afterward.
Wallace was arrested in Nelson County after police used stop sticks to flatten his tires.
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