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Police Arrest Suspect Who Fled Following OKC Pursuit

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According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Jones got away on foot after a high-speed chase last Thursday. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Jones got away on foot after a high-speed chase last Thursday.
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A man who managed to escape from Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers following a chase last week is now in custody.

Oklahoma City police arrested Ray-Ray Jones Sunday night near Wilshire and the Broadway Extension. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Jones got away on foot after a high-speed chase last Thursday.

3/13/2014 Related Story: Suspect On The Loose After High-Speed Chase In NW OKC

The chase began Thursday night after a traffic stop near I-40 and I-44. According to authorities, the officer responding to that stop reported 10 shots fired before the suspects' vehicle took off.

The chase ran from N.W. 50th St. to Portland Ave., to Wilshire, then west to Lyrewood, reaching speeds of around 90 mph, before Jones abandoned the vehicle and fled on foot.

Two other suspects in the vehicle, a male and a female, were arrested at the scene and a gun was recovered.

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