High Speed Police Chase In Sand Springs Ends With Crash

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Sand Springs Police arrested two people and are looking for a third after a high-speed chase early Tuesday.

Officers said the chase started just after 1:15 a.m. in Sand Springs when police tried to stop a Cadillac for speeding. They said speeds during the chase reached 110 mph on Highway 97. It ended when the Cadillac crashed into a fence in the 5800 block of South 107th West Avenue.

The officers body camera shows the driver, Adrian Taylor, 27, got out and ran, but was quickly arrested on complaints of eluding, DUI and marijuana possession. Officers said they had to use a Taser.

They said one passenger, Aaron Woolridge, 22, was arrested after he couldn’t get out of the car. A second passenger took off, and police are still looking for him.

Police from Sapulpa, deputies from Creek and Tulsa County, and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol assisted in the chase.

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10 thoughts on “High Speed Police Chase In Sand Springs Ends With Crash

  1. They only got into a wreck, why'd they get handcuffed? if they were white they'd offer to help fix the car and then give them a ride home….. smh

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