Kentucky State Police say troopers responded to the scene of a police pursuit in Pulaski County that turned into an officer involved shooting. Police say a deputy tried to pull over what he thought was a stolen vehicle when the driver, later identified as Roy “Hoopie” Glover, and passenger, Michael Wilson, took off. The deputy and other officers chased the car until it drove into a field off Frog Hollow Road. Troopers say Glover hit a deputy who was trying to deploy spike strips. Shots were fired as the vehicle left the scene. Police later said Wilson was hit by the gunfire. A tipster then alerted authorities that the stolen car was hidden in the back yard of a trailer on Highway 635. Police went there and found the Glover and Wilson. Glover was arrested and lodged in the Pulaski County Detention Center and Wilson was flown to UK hospital. At last report the deputy hit had non-life-threatening injuries and was being treated at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital.