Russell Springs man arrested on wanton endangerment, fleeing, other charges

A Russell Springs man was arrested by Russell Springs Police Tuesday on wanton endangerment and multiple traffic-related charges, according to Russell Springs Police.

At approximately 3:02 a.m. Tuesday, a call went out regarding a female that was being followed by an unknown person. Police said the female had made several turns, trying to get away from the vehicle, but the vehicle remained behind her. Russell Springs Police Officer Brenton Llane, observed the two vehicles traveling on US 127 and attempted to make a traffic stop. After, a brief pursuit, the vehicle came to a stop at the Four Seasons Car Wash.

Jesus A. Marin, age 29, was arrested by Russell Springs Police Officer Brenton Llane on three counts of first degree wanton endangerment, three counts wanton endangerment first degree (police officer), fleeing or evading police first degree, speeding 10 miles per hour over the limit, failure to maintain required insurance first offense, no operator’s license, failure to wear seat belts, reckless driving, and improper passing.

Marin was lodged in the Russell County Detention Center.

Officer Llane was assisted by Jamestown Police Officer Jeremy England and Russell County Sheriff’s Deputy Ronnie Golden.