Pulaski Man Found Guilty of Multiple Offenses

A jury has recommended a 75-year sentence for the Science Hill man who struck a Pulaski County deputy sheriff with a stolen car during the course of a high-speed chase back in September 2018.
Roy Eugene “Hoopie” Glover, 30, was convicted Wednesday evening of six counts after a three-day trial: intentional first-degree Assault (for striking PCSO Lieutenant Jon Williams, two first-degree Wanton Endangerment charges (involving Kentucky State Police Trooper Richie Baxter and private citizen Thomas Hall Jr.), first-degree Fleeing or Evading Police (Vehicle), Receiving Stolen Property at least $500 in value, and second-degree Persistent Felony Offender (PFO).
Due to state sentencing guidelines, that sentence will likely be capped at 70 years when Glover is formally sentenced on April 16. He would become eligible for parole after 20 years.