1 Arrested After Police Chase With Stolen Truck Ends In NE OKC Crash
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Canadian County Sheriff’s Office said one woman is in custody after a chase ended with a crash in Northeast Oklahoma City.
Tiffany Ree Reed, 32, was first caught on surveillance camera, where allegedly shows her stealing a white F-350 flatbed truck, after the owner of the truck left it running while stepping inside the gas station.
Dispatch advised the description of the stolen vehicle, and it matched the description of a vehicle currently being pursued by deputies of the Canadian County Sheriff's Office.
The pursuit started on I-40 in El Reno and ended near Northeast 36th Street and I-35, two hours later.
“It was reported by our deputies that the speed of the suspect exceeded 112 miles an hour. Even going through construction zones,” Captain Adam Flowers with the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office, said.
Eventually, officers deployed stop sticks, and a few miles later, Reed crashed into a light pole.
“She was taken to the Mercy Hospital. She was evaluated and released back into our custody. Into our facility,” Captain Flowers said.
Reed has multiple arrest warrants out of Comanche County, including manufacturing of controlled dangerous substances, and accessory to arson in the first degree.
“So she's going to be facing those charges as well as unauthorized use of a motor vehicle alluding police officers, and driving recklessly,” Captain Flowers said.
The investigation is ongoing.