A Gilbertsville man is behind bars after running from a deputy. The McCracken County Sheriff’s Department says a deputy stopped 32-year-old Benjamin Holland for expired registration plates. Two passengers in Holland’s car jumped out before he took off. Holland stopped on Benton Road when he went through someone’s yard and smashed into landscaping stone blocks. The department says he tried to run, but was arrested on the front porch. He was arrested on 12 charges including possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, fleeing and evading 1st degree Auto, and criminal mischief. He also had an active arrest warrant out of Marshall County for an incident on May 17. That warrant was for DUI, methamphetamine and paraphernalia possession, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, theft of auto, and fleeing. Holland was taken to jail after he was treated at a local hospital for ingesting methamphetamine.