OGDEN — An Ogden man who allegedly kidnapped a lady, led an officer on a chase and crashed right into a police car is now dealing with expenses.
Along with allegations related to the chase, police say he was also had a bag of crystal meth in his underwear.
Kenley Jonathan C. Lemaster, 29, was charged Monday in 2nd District Courtroom with kidnapping, a second-degree felony; failure to cease or respond on the command of police, a 3rd-degree felony; and possession or use of a controlled substance, a class A misdemeanor.
Early Friday morning, in response to the fees, an officer responded to the report of a kidnapping in Ogden Canyon but had no car or suspect description. Nevertheless, the one automotive on the street in the space passed the officer and the driving force did not dim its headlights, costs state.
The officer stopped to show round and comply with the automotive, watching it drive “at a excessive fee of velocity.” When the officer tried to cease the automotive, the driving force “refused to stop,” expenses state.
Whereas the officer pursued the automotive, it “swerved everywhere in the street” and “continued to drive erratic by swerving, speedy braking and virtually operating off the roadway,” in line with the fees.
“The passenger door opened once more and the car swerved in an attempt to stop the passenger from leaping out,” police stated.
The officer stopped pursuing the automotive out of concern for the passenger’s safety, in line with the fees, and the security of these in one other car on the street.
The automotive ultimately hit a North Ogden police car, fees state. There, Lemaster “seemed to be underneath the affect of one thing as a consequence of his erratic conduct,” police stated.
Inside the automotive Lemaster was driving, police discovered loaded syringe needles “everywhere in the interior,” fees state.
The lady was uninjured in the crash, police stated. Lemaster informed police the lady had yelled at him to let her out of the car however that he had ignored her request, expenses state.
Lemaster was taken to a hospital the place a nurse found the bag of crystal meth, based on the fees. After he was launched from the hospital he was taken to Weber County Jail.