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Hodgenville Police Stop Results In Arrests, Drug Charges

The Hodgenville Police Department was involved in a pursuit late Wednesday night. According to a statement, a 2020 Nissan was stopped for having an expired tag on Northridge Circle. When Officers made contact, the vehicle fled and traveled through several yards in the Hutcherson Heights housing area. The Nissan made its way onto Old Elizabethtown Road and then continued to travel north into Hardin County where Kentucky State Troopers from Post 4 joined the pursuit. The vehicle stopped on Par Lane and the driver and a passenger fled on foot. The driver, 30 year old William Tucker of Radcliff, and passenger , 30 year old Jessica Terrell of Southgate, were apprehended a short distance later. Tucker was charged with DUI First, Fleeing First, Tampering with Physical Evidence, Possession of Heroin and numerous traffic charges. Terrell was charged with Possession of Heroin, Tampering with Physical Evidence and Public Intoxication. Both suspects had outstanding warrants that were served and both were lodged in the Larue County Jail.

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