Police find woman hiding, and now she’s really in doghouse

A Kentucky woman faces charges after authorities say they found her hiding in an empty doghouse after a dangerous pursuit.
Frankfort police tell local media that 28-year-old Myranda Skinner and 36-year-old Bryan Wells led officers on a chase Monday morning after an officer noticed a license plate that had been reported stolen.
Authorities say Skinner, the driver, tried to run over an officer when the suspects’ vehicle was briefly stuck at a dead-end road.
Police say the pursuit led to the car crashing through a gate at a golf course, with the suspects fleeing on foot.
A K-9 unit found Wells inside the bed of a truck and Skinner, of Lexington, in the doghouse.
The suspects were indicted Tuesday on numerous charges, including fleeing police. It’s unclear whether they have attorneys to contact for comment.

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