KSP pursuit lands man in jail on numerous charges

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PRINCETON, Ky. (WTVQ) – A Marion man who led State Police on a chase in a pickup truck and then on foot, ended up in jail facing a number of charges, according to KSP.

Investigators say shortly after 9:00 a.m. Tuesday, KSP Sergeant Craig Engler tried to pull over a pickup truck on Main Street in Princeton for not having a registration plate.

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KSP says instead of pulling over, the pickup driver took off north on KY 91.  Eventually the pickup driver lost control and left the road on KY 70, got out of the truck and took off running, at which time he was arrested without incident, according to State Police.

The driver was identified as 35-year old Travis Sosh, according to investigators.  He was taken to the Caldwell County Detention Center.

State Police say Sosh was charged with Fleeing or Evading Police 1st Degree (Motor Vehicle); Fleeing or Evading Police 2nd Degree (On Foot); Possession of a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense (Methamphetamine); Driving on a DUI Suspended License 1st Offense; Failure of Owner to Maintain Required Insurance 1st Offense; No Registration Plates; Speeding 26 mph over the speed limit and Reckless Driving.

 

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