Early morning foot pursuit for Powell County Deputies results in arrest

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Early this Tuesday morning, around 1:30am, Powell County Deputy Hunter Martin responded to a residence on Winchester Road in reference to a verbal domestic in progress. The report states, upon arrival, assisted by Stanton Police Officer Grant Faulkner and Clay City Police Officer Rogers, it was found that there was an active EPO on the subject in question, Joshua Larrison. 


On arrival, officers found that Larrison had fled on foot. Officer Rogers observed Larrison flee into a nearby residence, out the back door, and was found in a ravine near the Mountain Parkway. Upon making contact with Larrison he then fled again and led Deputy Martin and Officer Rogers on a foot pursuit that would cross both the East and West bound lanes of the Mountain Parkway and into the wooded area near Faulkner Branch and Lofty Heights. The officers state the subject was pursued through dangerous terrain, water, and other obstacles resulting in leaving both Deputy Martin and Officer Rogers with minor injuries.


Larrison was caught and placed under arrest shortly after. Joshua Larrison, 35 wqs charged with:BURGLARY, 2ND DEGREE- FLEEING OR EVADING POLICE, 1ST DEGREE (ON FOOT)- VIOLATION OF A KENTUCKY EPO/DVO- RESISTING ARREST- PUBLIC INTOXICATION – CONTROL SUB (EXCLUDES ALCOHOL)- DISREGARD TRAFFIC REGULATION BY PEDESTRIAN