UPDATE: Man accused of driving at high rate of speed through crowd of hundreds at fireworks show

KETTERING — A 20-year-old is felony charges after police said he drove through multiple barricades as numerous people watched fireworks at Kettering’s Go 4th fireworks show Sunday night.

Frederick Butts, 20, was charged Tuesday afternoon with two counts of felonious assault and single counts of obstructing official business and failure to comply, according to court records.

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“The defendant drove through the barricades put in place to stop vehicular traffic and drove through a crowd of several hundred pedestrians on the roadway at a high rate of speed,” police said in court records.

Butts is accused of first driving through the barricades near the Applebee’s by Delco Park, before driving north on Delco Park Drive and driving through two other barricades in the park around 10 p.m., when the fireworks show was set to start, police said.

“Officers on police issued bicycles attempted to stop the defendant from driving, however, the defendant nearly struck the bike officers,” court records read.

Police said he kept driving until he was eventually arrested in the area of the BMX section of Delco Park, investigators said.

Police said there were no injuries reported during the incident.

Butts was no longer in jail Thursday morning, according to online records.