TULSA, Okla. — Quick facts:
- John Pinney is accused of stealing a police cruiser.
- He was arrested after a chase.
- He reportedly documented the incident with live video.
A man is behind bars after he allegedly stole a police cruiser and documented it with live video.
Officers confirmed someone took off in a police cruiser near 2nd and Detroit in downtown Tulsa Monday night.
Police said the cruiser's door was unlocked and keys were inside when the officer had gone to get coffee, leaving the car alone.
Investigators don't believe alcohol is involved.
The search for the suspect ended near 142nd Street North and Memorial in Collinsville. Officers said the suspect reached 120 miles per hour during the chase.
WATCH: FOX23's Sara Whaley interviewed officers at the scene
Police said the suspect used the officer's iPad to stream video of the incident.
Videos on Facebook appeared to show the alleged driver bragging about stealing the car during the chase.
In one clip, the man says he stole the car because he couldn't find a job after a previous conviction. Officers confirmed that he is a convicted felon.
Police said the driver was taken to custody. He was identified as Jon Pinney. He faces a number of charges.
WATCH: A compilation of the suspect's live videos (WARNING: Graphic Language):
Officers say they are unsure of a policy relating to whether or not on-duty officers can leave their cars unlocked and running.
FOX23 was unable to find documentation of such a policy.
Police officials said supervisors are looking into whether they will take disciplinarian action against the officer.
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