LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- Former mayoral candidate Connie Marshall was arrested Tuesday afternoon after police said she led officers on a brief pursuit.
Police say Marshall came to LMPD Tuesday because she wanted to file a report for LG&E trespassing on her property. She was advised that they could not do that. Police say she became agitated and disorderly.
Two officers were called her to escort her out of the building. As they took her to the car, one of the officers began to explain why they couldn't take a report against LG&E, when police say she took off in her vehicle, nearly striking the officer.
Police say they followed her and were able to stop her at 2nd and Liberty. According to police , they asked her to exit the vehicle and she refused. The Officer reached through the window to unlock the door, and she then allegedly drug the officer a very short distance.
There was a brief police pursuit that at 1st and Chestnut. She then got caught in traffic, and the officers walked up to the car and arrested her.
The officer is expected to be OK.
Marshall is charged with wanton endangerment, fleeing or evading an officer and resisting arrest.