Police release name of suspect in chase, attack

Tulsa police arrested a suspect after he led them on a chase and held a woman hostage in a midtown Tulsa home.

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WyoMoe - 4/1/2013 1:39 PM
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@Unwashed - And the problem is???

Rashy - 3/29/2013 12:07 AM
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@Unwashed Mass - He was "beat up" from the wreck and hopping fences. There were police in the back yard when he went out the back door, he was captured in the back yard and brought through the side gate to the front. The cops were there because they were already chasing the dirt bag. Always amazes me when the uninformed masses start sparking off. Or are you a professional internet troll?

Unwashed Mass - 3/28/2013 11:42 PM
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No one was watching the back door when they entered with the K9 through the front, so he managed to make it down the block before getting caught. And the sheriff was there in less than two minutes? Just doesnt happen, but we never doubt the spokesperson.

siegelfire - 3/28/2013 9:52 PM
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@unwashed...guess that will happen to you when you run from the cops, crash your car ( putting other citizens at risk),commit a home invasion of an elderly woman and then try to run again. He's luck he didn't get shot by the cops and the private citizen. Be you would feel differently if it was your momma or your house he invaded. SHEESH!

Unwashed Mass - 3/28/2013 12:22 PM
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Another station showed him beat up. That must be a post-chase requirement.
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