Laurel County Sheriff John Root says a high speed pursuit through Laurel County and into Pulaski County ended in an arrest, collision and a damaged police cruiser. Deputies noticed an SUV traveling 80 mph on West 80, and attempted to pull it over. Police say the driver, later identified as 45 year old Jason Lay of Covington, accelerated to speeds of over 100 mph in an effort to lose the deputy. While in pursuit, police say a license plate check revealed the SUV was reported stolen from Covington. The chase continued 7 miles into Pulaski County. Kentucky State Police deployed spike strips ahead of the pursuit. When Lay approached the roadblock he swerved in the direction of troopers, but a deputy used his cruiser to hit him in the side and end the chase. The deputy received minor injuries and his cruiser was damaged, but there were no other injuries. Lay was arrested and charged with two counts of wanton endangerment regarding police officers 75 counts of wanton endangerment regarding vehicles encountered during the pursuit. Lay was also charged with receiving stolen property and various other traffic violations. He was lodged in the Laurel County Detention Center.