A marked Kettering police cruiser with its overhead lights and siren activated tried to stop Butts by blocking the front end of the Hyundai.
“However, the defendant made a sharp right turn to bypass the marked police vehicle, accelerated at a high rate of speed, nearly striking more bike officers and several pedestrians,” the court record stated.
Butts was taken into custody when the Hyundai finally came to a stop in a parking lot inside Delco Park, records show.
There were no injuries reported.
Butts was booked into the Kettering City Jail and then transferred to the Montgomery County Jail. On Wednesday county records indicated he was being held on $275,000 bailbut he was not listed in custody on Thursday.
He is expected to be charged with two counts of felonious assault and one count each of failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer and obstructing official business, according to jail records.
Butts is next scheduled to appear Wednesday in Kettering Municipal Court.