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Deputies: Tulsa Man Runs Through Briar Patches To Avoid Arrest

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A Tulsa man is in jail after deputies say he ran through briar patches after a chase Saturday evening and then hid at his sister's apartment.

He is identified as Troy Enix, Jr., 31. 

According to the arrest report, Enix was speeding in a stolen Chevy pickup in the 2100 block of Southwest Boulevard when deputies tried to stop him. Deputies said Enix ran numerous stop signs and at one point drove right towards a patrol car before crashing into another vehicle.

Deputies say Enix got and ran into some woods thick with thorns near the 3900 block of Summit Place.

The next day, deputies spotted Troy Enix, Jr. crawling out the rear window of an apartment in the 2400 block of South Maybelle where he was arrested.  

They said he was covered with scratches. 

They booked Troy Enix, Jr. into the Tulsa County jail on complaints including eluding, possession of a stolen vehicle, failure to stop, possession of marijuana, assault and battery with a vehicle and hit and run.

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