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Tulsa Police Arrest Two Convicted Felons After Pursuit

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Allan Segovia and Amy Davis mug shots. Allan Segovia and Amy Davis mug shots.
Officers are pictured following the double pursuit late Thursday night. Officers are pictured following the double pursuit late Thursday night.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

Tulsa police arrested a man and woman on drug-related charges after a short pursuit late Monday. Both are convicted felons, according to arrest reports.

Officers say they were called to a neighborhood at 35th and Yale to investigate suspicious activity. A man and woman - later identified as Allan Segovia and Amy Davis - were seeing going in and out of yards with backpacks at about 11:30 p.m., reports state.

When police arrived, they saw a black Trans Am and a white Chrysler Sebring leaving the area. They tried to pull both vehicles over for traffic violations, but neither car stopped.

Police say Amy Davis, in the Chrysler sedan, ran a red light and led them in circles through a neighborhood on ice covered streets. She was stopped around 41st and Mingo before hitting some stop sticks, the arrest report states. Police found a glass pipe with white residue in her vehicle.

She has drug-related convictions from Tulsa County, no driver's license or proof of insurance.

Segovia ran a few red lights then stopped at a QuikTrip in the 4700 block of South Yale. Police learned he had an outstanding felony warrant out of Cherokee County and was also a convicted felon. Segovia had a plastic baggie containing methamphetamine in the floorboard of the car, officers say.

Allan Segovia, 30, was booked on felony complaints of possession of a controlled substance, eluding and probation violation - all after former conviction of a felony. Other complaints were failure to signal lane change and no driver's license on person.

Amy Lee Davis, 32, was booked on a felony complaint of eluding after former conviction of a felony, and misdemeanor complaints of possession of drug paraphernalia, no driver's license, failure to stop at a red light, improper right turn, speeding and no insurance.

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