WINCHESTER, Ky. (FOX 56) — A vehicle crashed into a Winchester home on Monday after police said two teens led them on a pursuit.

Kentucky State Police said the pursuit started around 4:30 p.m. in Fayette County when troopers tried to pull over a stolen 2018 black Honda Accord on Newtown Pike. The driver reportedly fled on the I-75 corridor and exited onto I-64 into the Winchester city limits, where the pursuit ended.

According to KSP, the Winchester Police Department and Clark County Sheriff’s Office saw the vehicle exiting city limits and reinitiated the pursuit. The vehicle continued fleeing, hit a KSP cruiser head-on, rolled down an embankment, and hit a home near the intersection of East Washington Street and Canewood Drive.

The driver, a 16-year-old from Fayette County, reportedly attempted to flee the scene on foot and was quickly apprehended. She was taken into custody, lodged at a juvenile detention center, and charged with the following:

  • First-degree fleeing or evading (motor vehicle)
  • First-degree wanton endangerment (police officer)
  • Theft of vehicle by unlawful taking
  • Second-degree fleeing or evading (on foot)
  • Resisting arrest
  • Third-degree assault (police officer)
  • First-degree criminal mischief


The passenger, identified as 18-year-old Rodrenique Davis from Fayette County, was also taken into custody. She is lodged at the Clark County Detention Center and charged with the following:

  • Resisting arrest
  • Second-degree unlawful transaction with a minor
  • Possession of marijuana

The KSP trooper and K9 involved in the collision were reportedly not injured.