Update: Man Charged With Ramming Car Into Business

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 11/23/2012 8:21 pm
Lexington Police said they have charged Jessie Taylor, 29, with DUI, Criminal Mischief, Possession of a Handgun by a Felon, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and having No Insurance.

Police said on Thanksgiving morning, Taylor rammed his car into the front of Nina's Nail Salon on Mapleleaf Drive in Lexington.

Fortunately the business was closed for the holiday, so no one was inside.

The salon owner's daughter told ABC 36 News that the business is not insured.  She said she didn't know when it would reopen.

Police said Taylor was initially taken to the hospital to be treated for injuries suffered in the crash. 

Polices said after Taylor was released from the hospital, he was taken to the Fayette County Detention Center.
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