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NE OKC High-Speed Chase Suspect Identity Released

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According to officials, 38-year-old Monte Webb was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on six charges. According to officials, 38-year-old Monte Webb was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on six charges.
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Oklahoma City Police identified the suspect, involved in the March 13 high-speed chase in northeast Oklahoma City, Friday afternoon.

According to officials, 38-year-old Monte Webb was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on six charges including Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, Felony Eluding, DUI – Drugs, Reckless Driving, Obstruction of an Officer and Driving without a License.

A high-speed chase that began in northeast Oklahoma City ended in a violent crash in the intersection of Lincoln and Sheridan Avenues Thursday afternoon.

3/13/2014 Related Story: High-Speed Chase Ends In Crash Near Downtown OKC

Police began pursuing a stolen, red Nissan pickup truck near N.E. 36th St. and Grand Blvd. for reckless driving. The pursuit reached speeds around 120 miles per hour.

The suspect was heading northbound on Lincoln Blvd. when he collided with a black minivan that was westbound on Sheridan Ave. The suspect's pickup T-boned the minivan and then careened into two other vehicles, a silver sedan and a white SUV, stopped at the light in the southbound lanes of Lincoln Blvd.

Three people were transferred to the hospital for injuries suffered in the crash, however, none appear to be life-threatening and all are listed in good condition.

Webb was arrested in 1996 for Possession of Cocaine with Intent, in 2006 for Possession of Drug Proceeds and in 2009 for Domestic Abuse By Strangulation.

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