PRINCETON — An Oakland City woman is held without bond at the Gibson County Jail following her arrest Thursday night following a pursuit that ended with a vehicle on fire.
According to court records, Kaylah D. Thompson appeared Friday via video uplink from the jail before Gibson Superior Court Judge Robert Krieg, who scheduled a progress hearing at 9 a.m. June 25.
Gibson County Prosecutor Michael Cochren filed charges Friday morning stemming from an incident that involved police pursuit around the square in Princeton and ended near Memmer’s True Value Hardware at U.S. 41 and Lyles Station Road.
Jason Spindler was appointed as pauper counsel for Thompmson, who faces level 6 felony counts of auto theft and resisting law enforcement, class A misdemeanor counts of resisting law enforcement and criminal mischief, class B misdemeanor counts of criminal mischief and battery and class C misdemeanor counts of operating a vehicle with a controlled substance metabolite, and reckless driving.
During Friday’s first advisement hearing, Thompson’s driver license was immediately suspended.
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