An Oklahoma driver was arrested on the roof of a house Tuesday night after leading police on a high-speed chase that ended with the vehicle crashing into a home, authorities said.
A sheriff’s deputy and Oklahoma City police officer tried to stop a vehicle after seeing the driver make an illegal lane change on Interstate 40 and Interstate 44 around 9:50 p.m., the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office said.
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The unnamed driver refused to stop and sped away. The chase ended four minutes later after the driver crashed into a home, according to authorities.
“Fortunately, there weren’t any injuries,” the sheriff’s office said.
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The driver tried to evade police after the crash. Authorities said the suspect was eventually found nearby hiding on the roof of a house and was arrested.
The driver crashed into a home and was arrested after police found him hiding on the roof of a house.
(Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office)
The sheriff’s office released a photo of the damaged car being pulled from the house. No details on the damage to the home were given.