A man who was arrested and recorded himself on Facebook during a pursuit with police has been indicted.
King Turner, 19, was indicted on charges of failure to comply, weapons under disability, improper handling of a firearm in a vehicle and receiving stolen property Thursday by a grand jury, according to court records.
Turner remains in custody and is scheduled for arraignment Dec. 12.
A man arrested after a Dayton police pursuit and crash, recorded himself on Facebook, pointing a gun as he was being pursued by Dayton police.
A citizen who claims to have seen the Facebook Live of the chase before the post was taken down sent the Facebook video to our newsroom Tuesday morning.
In the video, King Turner, 19, of Trotwood can be seen pointing a gun while driving fast and making quick turns, crossing a bridge before finally crashing and bailing out of the car.
At the end of the video, you see a police officer pick up the cell phone as it continues to record.
Turner was arrested after the pursuit and crash on Tennyson Avenue on Nov. 10, according to a Dayton police report.
Turner was found hiding in a home on Shaftesbury Road a few minutes later.
He was being held in the Montgomery County jail Tuesday afternoon, facing charges of improper handling of a firearm, receiving stolen property, failure to comply with the order of a police officer and a parole violation.