Deputy Injured, Two Men Shot During Chase
Charges are pending against those involved in an early Monday morning police chase in which a deputy shot two men shortly before he was hit by their car.
A Harrison County deputy attempted to pull over the vehicle after discovering its registration did not match up with the vehicle.
The chase ended in Orange County shortly after the driver pulled down a dead end road near Valeene.
The driver turned around and drove toward Deputy Michael Andry ignoring his order to stop.
Andry fired at the vehicle, hitting two people inside.
The vehicle then struck Andy, throwing him onto the hood of his patrol car.
An Indiana Conservation Officer, who was behind the deputy, blocked the vehicle and took three people into custody.
Deputy Andry was taken to the Harrison County Hospital, where he was treated for leg and back injuries and released.
The driver of the car, 23-year-old Daniel Ray Holloway of Leavenworth, was shot in the hands while the front seat passenger, 30-year-old Ian Goebel of DePauw was shot twice in the abdomen.
Both were taken to University of Louisville Hospital.
35-year-old Rachel Kirkham of Corydon was seated in the back seat of the car and was not injured.
Precursors used to manufacture methamphetamine were found in a backpack inside the car.