On Tuesday at approximately 4:39pm, Lewisburg Police were called to First Commerce Bank at 500 N. Ellington Parkway in reference to a forged check. Officer Nicholas Crenshaw arrived at First Commerce Bank and drove to the rear parking lot. Officer Crenshaw noticed a white Ford Escape with heavily tinted windows parked at the rear of the bank with the motor running. This vehicle matched the description of a vehicle that was involved in an earlier incident. As Officer Crenshaw was pulling into a parking space, he noticed a female exiting the bank and was getting into the passenger seat of the white vehicle. Officer Crenshaw exited his vehicle and attempted to stop the female from getting into the vehicle. While focused on the vehicle, Officer Crenshaw did not realize the reverse lights were active on the vehicle. The vehicle then backed into Officer Crenshaw and at that point he slapped the rear windshield with his hand. Officer Crenshaw continued around the vehicle to the passenger side of the vehicle, yelling at the driver to stop the car. At that point the driver hit Officer Crenshaw with the vehicle, causing him to fall on the ground and the white vehicle sped away. Officer Crenshaw notified all units on his radio that he had been hit by the vehicle and that the vehicle was turning left onto N. Ellington Parkway. Officer Crenshaw then got back into his patrol vehicle and drove toward East Commerce Street. Officer Evans advised that he was in pursuit of the vehicle heading outbound on East Commerce Street. The vehicle stopped in front of 1370 Old Belfast Road. Officers Evans and Crenshaw ordered the two people out of the vehicle with the assistance of multiple county units. Officer Evans transported the male passenger, Timothy Marsh of Nashville to the police department. Officer Crenshaw transported the female passenger, Mona Talley of Nashville to the police department. Ms. Talley had $994.20 on her person. Officer Crenshaw was evaluated for any injuries to his person and is expected to be ok. The investigation of this incident is still ongoing, however aggravated assault chargers are expected.