There are hot pursuits, and there are trot pursuits.
When the driver of the buggy refused to stop, police chased the carriage and apprehended the suspect, according to the paper.
Hostetler has reportedly been hit with a number of charges including resisting arrest, unlawful possession of alcohol, obstructing governmental administration, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, littering, and operating a vehicle without tail lights.
This isn’t the first time an Amish teen in Cattaraugus County has galloped towards trouble with the law after allegedly drinking and driving an animal.
Last year, 17-year-old Levi Detweiler was arrested after he purportedly lead police on a one-mile chase until he took a turn too quickly and rolled over his buggy.