A Danville man has been arrested after he allegedly fled from police.
Jason J. Hipps, 27, of Danville, was pulled over by officer David Parsons for speeding on Gose Pike, according to a Danville Police Department press release.
Hipps drove off and Parsons pursued him but lost sight of his vehicle, according to the release.
A short time later, another officer spotted Hipps' vehicle off the road along Erskine Drive. Hipps then rammed his vehicle into the officer's car, damaging the rear driver's side, according to the release. A Boyle County deputy sheriff then took over pursuit of Hipps, who eventually wrecked his vehicle at the intersection of Cheryl and Brook lanes.
Hipps was arrested and charged with four counts of first degree wanton endangerment, speeding, reckless driving, first degree fleeing and evading, driving with a suspended license, six counts of disregarding traffic control devices, leaving the scene of an accident, driving without insurance and first degree criminal mischief. Hipps was also served a warrant for contempt of court from Boyle County, and will face other charges from the Boyle County Sheriff's Department.