LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Numerous police agencies chased a driver of a stolen car who would not stop for officers in Bullitt County, Kentucky through WAVE Country into Indiana early Wednesday morning.
It started around 12:30 a.m. when officers spotted the stolen car in Shepherdsville and tried to pull over the driver. Police told us the car was reported stolen from Jeffersonville.
Shepherdsville Police Department Major Mike O'Donnell said two suspects were in the car and one of them, identified as Charles Kerr, took off on foot and was taken into custody.
The driver of the car sped off, and the police pursuit began.
Louisville Metro Police Department officers were asked to assist Bullitt County officers when the chase crossed county lines.
The pursuit came into Jefferson County on Preston Highway. Police said the suspect got on the Gene Snyder (I-265) and then took Interstate 65 North.
The Trimarc network of cameras captured the pursuit as it sped down I-65 near Crittenden Drive.
Police said at some point during the chase, the suspect may have thrown some objects out the window of the car.
The chase continued across the Lincoln Bridge and into Clark County on I-65 North.
It wasn't until mile marker 10, just past Exit 9 for Sellersburg, that the car was caught by police using stop sticks on the interstate. That was around 1 a.m.
After a brief foot chase, that suspect, identified as Kenneth Morley, was taken into custody.
Morley was charged with counterfeiting, receiving stolen property, reckless driving, resisting law enforcement in Clark County. He also faces additional charges of receiving stolen property and criminal possession of a forged instrument in Bullitt County.
During the pursuit numerous agencies were involved including Shepherdsville Police, the Bullitt County Sheriff's Office, Mt. Washington Police, Kentucky State Police, LMPD, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, Indiana State Police, the Clark County Sheriff's Office and Jeffersonville Police.