Three Teens Arrested After Allegedly Burglarizing NW OKC Home
OKLAHOMA CITY - Three teenagers were arrested for burglarizing a northwest Oklahoma City home, but only after a brief pursuit with police.
The crime occurred on Monday, May 14, when a witness saw the teens kick in the backdoor of a house located in the 600 block of NW 111th St. The witness was able to give police a description of the teens, their vehicle and license plate number.
The responding officer intercepted the vehicle and attempted to pull it over, but the driver fled, reaching speeds of over 60 mph and running a stop sign.
The vehicle pulled into the driveway of a home on 113th. One of the teens ran inside the home and the two others ran into the backyard, toward 114th street before being apprehended by police officers.
After searching the vehicle, officers recovered multiple electronic devices including two televisions and various X-Box gaming equipment as well as other household items.
Police cited the teens for second-degree burglary. One was booked at the juvenile detention center. The other two were taken to the Oklahoma City Juvenile Community Intervention Center.