• Tulsa woman accused of pulling out bat, knife on man and running into excavator during chase

    By: Jackie DelPilar

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    Tulsa, Okla. - QUICK FACTS:

    • Tulsa police say a chase ended when a woman crashed into equipment in a construction zone Tuesday night.
    • Officers say the chase started when Stephenie Carrell attacked a man she knew with a baseball bat. The man got the bat away from her, then she got out a knife and tried to stab him. He then used her bat to defend himself, according to police.
    • When officer got to the scene near 2nd and Lewis, they tried pulling Carrell over. Carrell wouldn't stop and allegedly led officers on a chase for about two miles.
    • The chase ended when police say Carell crashed her car into an excavator at a construction site near 11th N Utica.
    • Officers say they smelled alcohol on Carrell and found an open bottle of whiskey on the floor of the car.
    • Carrell was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon, attempting to elude, DUI, transporting open container, and marijuana possession.

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