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OKC Police Seek Woman Accused Of Running Over Boyfriend With Car

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It happened in a residential area near N.E. 81st and Kelley. It happened in a residential area near N.E. 81st and Kelley.
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Oklahoma City Police are looking for a woman who reportedly ran over her boyfriend with her car Tuesday morning. It happened in a residential area near N.E. 81st and Kelley.

According to police, after running over her boyfriend, the woman took off. Police are now searching for her as they try to piece together exactly what happened.

According to officers, this all started when the couple got into an argument at around 3 a.m. At some point, things got extremely heated. That's when police say the woman jumped into her vehicle and ran over the man.

The man was taken away by ambulance, but appeared to be conscious and responding to paramedics at the time. We're told his injuries are not life-threatening.

Officers are not going into details about what the argument or fight was about.

Meanwhile, the woman is still on the run. If caught, she could face numerous criminal charges.

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