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Crime Man in custody after stealing police cruisers, leading officers on chase, Purcell police say

19:55  15 october  2019
19:55  15 october  2019 Source:   koco.com

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A suspect is in custody after stealing a Lorain police cruiser and leading police on a chase until spike strips were used, according to authorities.

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A man was taken into custody after Purcell police said he stole multiple vehicles, including two police patrol cars and led officers on a chase early Tuesday morning.

a person standing in front of a car: A man was taken into custody after Purcell police said he stole multiple vehicles, including two police patrol cars and led officers on a chase early Tuesday morning.© Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. A man was taken into custody after Purcell police said he stole multiple vehicles, including two police patrol cars and led officers on a chase early Tuesday morning.

According to Purcell police, the man first stole a vehicle in Pottawatomie County and drove to Dibble, where he reportedly crashed the car into a pond. Dibble police found him and placed him in handcuffs, but the man was able to get away and take off in a Dibble police vehicle, according to police.

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Failing said . Lorain police brought the man , later identified as 30-year-old Brandon Pettry, to a meeting spot to transfer him to deputies. Erie County Sheriff's Office deputies got the call for a stolen Lorain cruiser at about 12:05 p.m. Friday. They took part in the chase with the stolen cruiser , along with

A suspect is in custody after stealing a Lorain police cruiser and leading police on a chase until spike strips were used, according to authorities.

Police said the man ditched the cruiser and stole a deputy’s personal truck. He then drove the truck to Purcell.

A Purcell officer stopped the man and initiated a foot pursuit, but the man managed to steal a Purcell police cruiser and took off again, leading officers on a high-speed chase, police said.

Officers were able to stop the man with a PIT maneuver on I-35 northbound near mile marker 99.

“The subject was originally in custody in Dibble. He was handcuffed, he may have slipped his handcuffs in front of him, that’s how he was able to get custody of the Dibble police car. I was told when he was arrested here, he still was in handcuffs,” Detective Scott Stevens said.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers, Purcell police officers and McClain County sheriff’s officers were involved in the chase.

The man is facing multiple complaints, police said.

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