Homecoming

Law enforcement and residents of nearby Central Elementary School look on after a police pursuit of an alleged speeding driver ended when School Resource Officer Aaron Shipley rammed his police vehicle into the oncoming car.

A Macon County elementary school resource officer is being credited for saving lives today after he slammed his vehicle into a speeding car that was heading toward the Macon County High School Homecoming Parade route.

Lafayette City Police officers were trying to stop the vehicle, driven by James S. Corum, 51, of Lafayette in a pursuit that began on Highway 10 heading into the city.

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