According to ExploreClarion.com
49-year-old Kevin Lewis McFadden, who has an address in Emlenton and also one in Slippery Rock, led law enforcement officials on a two-county chase on Wednesday, August 23.
The chase began in Mercer County when a state trooper identified McFadden, who was wanted on several warrants; the trooper attempted to make a traffic stop on McFadden’s Chevrolet Cavalier. New Castle News detailed a wild run from police that included McFadden allegedly hitting a number of other vehicles before driving through a yard to evade authorities.
State police say McFadden made it into Washington Township, Lawrence County, and a trooper maneuvered his car forcing McFadden into hitting a tree, and he was arrested. He stated that he fled from authorities because of the arrest warrants.
McFadden is facing the following charges from this incident: fleeing and eluding police; reckless endangerment; DUI; criminal mischief; resisting arrest; flight to avoid apprehension; unauthorized transfer or use of registration; driving on a suspended license; reckless driving;
He remains lodged in the Mercer County Jail on $10,000.00 cash bail. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for September 7 in District Court.