LANCASTER, S.C. -- A man accused of hitting two Lancaster police officers during a traffic incident turned himself into police on Thursday.
Tyzhe Hough turned himself in to police on Thursday afternoon. Hough faces charges of two counts of attempted murder and a single count of failure to stop for bluelights and siren.
These charges stem from a July 6th incident, where Hough deliberately struck two Lancaster City police officers with his vehicle as they attempted to investigate a traffic collision involving the vehicle he was operating.
Officers from numerous police agencies have been looking for Hough since the incident, according to Lancaster police. Hough is also facing charges from Pageland Police Department, stemming from a pursuit that took place in that jurisdiction over the past weekend.
Hough turned himself in at the Lancaster Police Department where he was booked and charges were filed.