A Glenville police officer Michael Lee Kendall pleaded innocent yesterday to attempted second-degree murder and other charges filed against him.

The charges stem from the 100 mph chase of Kevin Tingler west on Route 5 into the Tanner area. The officer claims the suspect was drinking.

Kendall is being charged with eight felony counts. They include three counts of wanton endangerment, one count of malicious assault, three counts of kidnapping and one count of burglary.

Kendall is free on $1000 personal recognizance bond. He is being represented by Clarksburg attorney Jerald Jones.

Kendall is accused of ramming a pickup truck driven by Kevin Tingler, about 20, with his cruiser during a chase on March 7th. He allegedly fired a shot into the pickup at the suspect with fragments striking him, and later forcibly entered the residence of Tingler's father after losing Tingler in the chase.

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