LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – Police say on Nov. 8, 34-year-old John Brumley, fled a police officer on his moped, on Greentree Lane in Louisville, and then fled an officer on foot that lead to his arrest.
Police say Brumely was driving recklessly, endangering himself and his passenger. According to the police report, an officer tried to pull Brumley over for obstructing his tail light and having no license plate visible on the moped, but Brumley refused to stop and entered into a grassy area near an apartment.
Brumley turned the moped over due to the wet grass and Brumley’s passenger fell off the moped, according to police. Police said Brumley then ran away on foot with a police officer following.
According to the police report, a duffel bag was found padlocked to the moped and contained a photocopy of Brumley’s ID and social security card. Police say after the officer ran Brumley’s information he had two outstanding warrants; the vehicle didn’t have a registration plate and Brumley had no proof of insurance.
Brumley is charged with fleeing police with a motor vehicle, fleeing police on foot, wanton endangerment, no registration plates and failure of owner to maintain required insurance.