Edmonton man to serve four years after police chase

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By Linda Ireland

An Edmonton man who led officers on a chase through five counties in March pleaded guilty to 12 counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, police officer, Dec. 20, in LaRue Circuit Court.
Ollie David Campbell, 34, was sentenced to four years and fined $585 for his escapade into LaRue County. He faces similar charges in Hardin, Hart and Barren Counties.
According to court records, Campbell refused to stop for a law enforcement officer on Interstate 65. After a high-speed chase, Campbell crashed his 1984 Ford Bronco in Metcalfe County.
He also pleaded guilty in LaRue County to one count each of first-degree fleeing or evading, reckless driving, speeding (26 mph over), improper lane usage and failure to wear seatbelt.
A count of failure of owner to maintain required insurance was dismissed.