Tulsa County Sheriff's Deputies say an Inola man has been arrested after he led three different law enforcement jurisdictions on a chase through Tulsa on Friday morning.
Deputies said they tried to pull over Jeremmie Hagen at a QuikTrip Friday morning since they knew there was a felony burglary warrant out for his arrest.
Police told News On 6, just before 2 a.m. they found Hagen at the Quiktrip at Admiral and Sheridan and tried to pull him over but said that was when he took off east on I-44 going speeds around 100mph on the highway, eventually leading Tulsa County Deputies, Oklahoma Highway Patrol, and Catoosa Police all to another Quiktrip on 193rd E. Ave., where they say he parked and gave up.
TCSO said Hagen was wanted for a $250,000 felony warrant for third-degree burglary which is why they tried to pull him over in the first place.
The report from TCSO shows Hagen is now being held on eluding and improper equipment offenses as well.
Deputies say they were able to take Hagen into custody without issue once he pulled over and he will be booked into jail on Friday morning.