CLINTON -- Police in Clinton plan to pursue auto theft charges against a man who was shot at by officers Tuesday after allegedly ramming a patrol car.
Kenneth Mobley, 46, is suspected of stealing a 2001 Ford F-150 pickup truck Saturday from his parents with whom he resides, said Clinton Police Sgt. Todd Kelly.
Ogden officers tried pulling the truck over on west 12th Street, when Mobley rammed the truck into a police car around 3 p.m. Tuesday, Ogden Police Lt. Tony Fox has said.
The truck then drove off, but officers located the vehicle in the 750 block of West 17th Street. When Mobley came out from some trees and was in a shooting stance, according to Fox, an officer fired his weapon but missed.
Police didn't find a weapon on Mobley, who scuffled with officers, Fox has said.
On Wednesday, Ogden Police Chief Mike Ashment declined to identify the officer who shot at Mobley or provide further details about the incident.
The officer has been placed on administrative leave.
The shooting will be investigated by the Weber County Attorney's Office and the police department's internal affairs division.
Mobley was booked into Weber County Jail on suspicion of two counts of aggravated assault, felony criminal mischief, evading, three counts of assault on a police officer, and interfering with an arrest. Mobley's bond has been set at $36,572. He is scheduled to make his first court appearance today.
The Ogden police charges will likely take precedence over the vehicle theft charge Clinton police plan to file, Kelly said.