The SUV struck two Kentucky State Police cruisers, which blocked eastbound traffic on U.S. 62, according to police. Shull continued, turning onto another road before stopping after striking mailboxes.
Shull and Combs fled the vehicle but were quickly caught; a trooper used a Taser to apprehend Shull, the newspaper reported.
A grand jury indicted Shull on three counts of wanton endangerment of a police officer; two counts of fleeing or evading police (on foot and in a motor vehicle); two counts of criminal mischief; and promoting contraband and complicity to receiving stolen property of less than $10,000, the paper reported. All are felonies, and he could receive one to five years in prison, if convicted.
Shull also was indicted on multiple traffic violations and misdemeanors. He remains in the Hardin County Detention Center, and a cash bond was set for $10,000.
His passenger, Combs, was indicted on a second-degree misdemeanor and was released from jail on a $10,000 unsecured bond last month.