Suspect identified in crash involving Georgetown deputy
GEORGETOWN, Ky. (WTVQ) – Georgetown police have identified the man they say is behind a robbery and a crash involving a deputy.
Georgetown Police say they have obtained an arrest warrant for Deslan Scott Hurley in connection to a robbery at the Georgetown Liquor Mart on July 23.
Hurley is also wanted for stealing a car and hitting a Georgetown Police officer’s cruiser while trying to run from police.
According to the Georgetown Police Department, the officer was in Lexington and spotted Hurley in a stolen car on Expo Court and Virginia Avenue around 6:15 a.m. Tuesday.
Police say when the officer tried to pull Hurley over, he slammed into his cruiser and took off.
Hurley ran a red light on South Limestone and Virginia Avenue and was hit by another vehicle, according to police.
He then got out of the car and ran.
Georgetown Police ask anyone with information on Hurley’s whereabouts to contact them at 502-863-7820.