Fugitive Arrested After Police Chase

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Updated: 7/11/2012 1:27 pm
Kentucky State Police arrested a man wanted on probation violation charges in Tennessee after a police chase in Whitley County Wednesday.

Police say they noticed a speeding vehicle on Highway 204 that they believed to be stolen.

They say the driver of the vehicle would not pull over and a short pursuit took place until the driver took a bad turn.

Police arrested Brandon Petrey, 29, of Williamsburg.

The vehicle he was driving was reported stolen in Corbin and he was also wanted in Knox County, Tennessee for a probation violation related to an attempted murder.  
 
Petrey faces several charges, including fleeing and evading and DUI.

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