Ohio woman arrested for wreck involving Jessamine Co. deputy


NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – An Ohio woman is accused of causing a wreck in Nicholasville that left a sheriff’s deputy injured.

According to the Nicholasville Police Department, several witnesses reported seeing a car driving recklessly then run a red light at the intersection of Maple and Main Street in Nicholasville Tuesday afternoon.

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The driver slammed into a Jessamine County Sheriff’s deputy’s cruiser then hit a building.

The deputy suffered minor injuries.

According to police, there was a woman inside the building at the time of the wreck and debris from the building fell near the desk where she was sitting.

She was not injured.

Police arrested 42-year-old Robin Marie Terry, of Cincinnati, Ohio.

She is charged with two counts of wanton endangerment (one involving a police officer), operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, reckless driving, disregarding a traffic signal, and failure to have a driver’s license.

Robin Marie Terry, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is accused of running a red light, hitting a deputy’s cruiser then a building.