A Taylor County man was arrested on several charges after a string of incidents Tuesday night, July 24th, in Campbellsville. According to Campbellsville Police, 18 year old Joseph Kameron Hughes of Campbellsville was arrested and charged with burglary, criminal mischief, attempted auto theft, fleeing or evading police, assault 4th and menacing. Campbellsville Police are reporting that a complaint was received just before 8:30 P.M. that an unknown male, who turned out to be Hughes, had approached a lady in the area of Beechwood Drive as she was pulling into her driveway and demanded that she give him her vehicle but, she refused and pulled away. Police say Hughes then fled and attempted to gain entry to a neighboring residence by breaking a glass door and also attempted to get into a vehicle in the driveway. Campbellsville Police say he continued on foot toward Gardenia Drive where he kicked in a door to a residence and entered the residence. Police say while inside he demanded a man give him the keys to his vehicle and when the man refused, Hughes punched and pushed him to the floor. Hughes then destroyed property inside the residence and fled the scene moving on to the area of T-Mart on North Central Avenue in Campbellsville where he attempted to take a vehicle from a lady in the area of T-Mart and Dale Street. Police say while attempting to take that vehicle Hughes struck a 14 year old juvenile female in the head with his fist. It was at this point that officers with Campbellsville Police and the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office made contact with Hughes who continued to flee on foot and fought with officers. Campbellsville Police say a struggle ensued before Hughes was taken into custody and lodged in the Taylor County Jail.