Kentucky State Police say two people were arrested after a chase ended in a head-on crash with a Knox County Deputy. A deputy saw a pickup matching the description of a stolen vehicle that also had expired registration plates from 2016. When the deputy tried to stop the truck, the driver, 32 year old Brian Lee of Barbourville, refused to stop. As police chased Lee into the Little Brush Creek area, a Barbourville Police Officer threw out a tire deflation device, flattening all four tires. Lee then continued onto KY 225 where he hit a deputy head-on. When the vehicle struck the deputies cruiser, the deputy fired shots into the pickup. Lee then ran from the scene but was caught. No one was hit by the gunfire. Lee was taken to Knox County ARH for injuries from the collision while the passenger refused treatment at the scene and was arrested. Two officers were treated at the scene for minor injuries. Lee was released from ARH Wednesday. He faces charges of probation violation, driving under the influence, multiple traffic violations, fleeing or evading police, wanton endangerment, resisting arrest and menacing. The passenger, a woman, was not charged and has been released.