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(NEW YORK POST) – This rampaging motorist didn’t give a crap — until he did.
A Kentucky driver allegedly refused to follow orders and led officers on a police chase before defecating in the back of a cop cruiser after he was finally arrested, according to officials.
Darren Gene Blankenship said he didn’t pull over Tuesday on US 23 in Paintsville because he had to go to the bathroom, news station WYMT reported.
Officers pursuing his Dodge Challenger were responding to multiple 911 calls about a driver firing a gun into the air and at a pickup truck.
When they tried to pull Blankenship over, he sped ahead, took a turn and then abruptly veered into a driveway, according to WKYT.
Officers jumped out of their cruiser and ordered the driver to lay on the ground.
Blankenship, however, reportedly wouldn’t get down on his stomach and officers called for backup. Another cop then forced him to the ground and handcuffed him, according to officials.
While resisting arrest, Blankenship made threats and kicked an officer in the shin, the news station reported.
Blankenship told officers that he didn’t pull over because he had to go to the bathroom.
He then allegedly defecated twice in the back of the police cruiser.
Blankenship was booked on numerous charges including fleeing or evading police, driving under the influence, resisting arrest and terroristic threatening.