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HARRISBURG TEEN BEHIND THE WHEEL DURING KENTUCKY HIGH-SPEED CHASE, CAR FULL OF DRUGS, MONEY

A shot from Alyse Williams' supposed (and apparently short-lived, which we predicted) modeling 'career.'

Posted by on Saturday, May 2nd, 2015 @ 12:42 pm.

Williams, Leslie

Leslie Alyse Williams, of Harrisburg, formerly of Cave-in-Rock

MARSHALL CO., Ky.— A former Hardin County girl whose parentage may have been the cause of her recent bad turn is behind bars in Kentucky today after a high-speed chase yesterday in that state.

Alyse Williams, 18, currently of Harrisburg and formerly of Cave-in-Rock (where she resided and was influenced by her parents, "Big Dave" Williams and the onerous Tina Williams) along with the man she was with, Tony Patrick, 30, are in custody in the Marshall County Kentucky Detention Center after what police are calling a high-speed chase that took place Friday (May 1) shortly before 3 a.m. in Marshall County.

According to sources, the Marshall County Kentucky Sheriff’s Office was contacted by McCracken County, Ky., dispatch and informed that a state trooper was attempting to stop a car traveling near 100 mph on Interstate 24.

Reports indicate a Marshall County Ky., officer spotted the car exit I-24 onto the Purchase Parkway and joined in on the chase.

Officers report that at times the vehicle was traveling in excess of 120 mph and was weaving in and out of traffic as well as around other vehicles.

Patrick, Tony D

Tony Patrick, of Alabama

After performing what is commonly referred to as the PIT maneuver, during which a police cruiser taps the rear bumper of a fleeing vehicle causing it to spin sideways and come to a stop, the vehicle was brought to a stop on Purchase Parkway at exit 27.

The driver, identified by Kentucky authorities by her first name, "Leslie" Williams, of Harrisburg (where she's resided for the past three or so month according to Hardin County sources), and passenger, Patrick, of an unidentified location in Alabama, were both quickly removed from the vehicle and officers began searching the car.

Inside they found what appeared to be the reason for the couple to flee and that was marijuana, a plastic baggy full of a white powdery substance that tested positive for methamphetamine, and a “large sum of money.”

Both were taken into custody.

Williams was charged with Fleeing or Evading Police, Wanton Endangerment, Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance, Unlawful Possession of Marijuana and Failure of Owner to Maintain Required Insurance.

Patrick was charged with one count each of Unlawful Possession of Marijuana and Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance.

Williams, who has been in trouble repeatedly in Hardin County since she was about 14 (and said trouble come to light because of the apparent insanity of her mother), was said to have started to "get her act together" lately, since her mother was charged with multiple felonies over cyberattacks late last year. However, when a Williams in that family goes off the rails, they really go off the rails, and apparently, little Alyse has done so with great aplomb befitting her parentage.

More as we get it; keep checking back.

A shot from Alyse Williams' supposed (and apparently short-lived, which we predicted) modeling 'career.'

A shot from Alyse Williams' supposed (and apparently short-lived, which we predicted) modeling 'career.'

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