Driver Accused Of Tossing Drugs, Gun During Tulsa Police Chase
TULSA, Oklahoma - Police arrested a Tulsa man at a QuikTrip after they say he tossed a satchel of methamphetamine and a handgun from an SUV during a chase early Monday.
Officers attempted to stop 41-year-old Adrian Woody for speeding in the 8000 block of East 31st Street near Memorial at about 1:30 a.m.
The chase ended at the QuikTrip on 21st and 129th East Avenue after he avoided stop sticks, police said.
They found the handgun and the satchel, which they said contained 23 grams of meth, a drug scale and multiple Oxycodone pills. They said the handgun had been stolen.
Woody consented to a search of his apartment in the 3300 block of East Marshall, officers said. Police found over 173 grams of meth as well as some marijuana.
They booked Woody into the Tulsa County jail on complaints including eluding, possession of a firearm, possession of drugs, speeding and having no driver's license. Jail records show Adrian Woody is being held on a $252,550 bond with a court appearance set for September 9.