(COVINGTON, KY) -- An overnight chase in Crestview Hills ended quietly early Friday morning with the suspect behind bars.
It started when a worker at a local homeless shelter loaned her car to one of the men living there so he could make a court appearance Thursday afternoon.
While he was at court, he gave the keys to another guy so he could feed the meter. That man then drove off with the car and never came back.
Around midnight, the owner of the car saw someone driving her stolen car in Covington.
She flagged down an officer who chased the car to Crestview Hills, where the chase ended.
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