A 39 year old Culp man made an appearance in Fayette County Court after being charged with alleging damaging a Farina Police car last month. Michael Wright appeared in court this week on two counts of Aggravated Fleeing or Attempting to Elude a Police Officer and one count of Criminal Damage to Government Supported Property. Information in the case states that Wright is alleged to have driven into the Jack Flash convenience store parking lot, just off of Interstate 57 in Farina, and had been given a visual signal by Officer Lemons to stop with flashing red lights and audible siren. But, according to the information in the case, Wright allegedly failed to obey and crashed into the Farina Police car, causing damage to the right front fender and passenger door. Wright’s bond was originally set at $75,000, but was reduced to $15,000. Wright posted bond this week and was released. Wright is due back in court for a preliminary hearing on April 25th at 11 am.