LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A man appeared before a judge June 14 after police said he dragged a Kentucky trooper through a Kroger parking lot, then led police on a chase a couple of days later.

Thomas Trummer, 26, is facing multiple charges including assault of a police officer.

Police said on June 12 a patrolling trooper noticed Trummer slumped over in his car and approached him. The trooper had an arm through Trummer's window when Trummer rolled it up and drove off, dragging the trooper.

Trummer was on the run until Thursday when he was confronted by troopers in Louisville. Trummer and a female passenger barreled through the Hotel Louisville fence and booked it through several downtown streets, firing shots as officers.

Witnesses said they saw Trummer narrowly miss a crowd of about 30 people at 4th Street Live.

Trummer is being held on a $100K bond at LMDC.

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