Woman Charged With Endangering Public After Police Chase
TULSA, Oklahoma - The woman who led Tulsa Police on a chase across I-44 has been charged with several crimes according to Tulsa County.
On May 5th 31-year-old Kayla Shelton ran from police after they say she was spotted in a stolen Chevy Colorado Pickup leaving a motel near East Skelly Drive.
Police tried to pull the car over, but Shelton kept going. Police say Shelton led officers on a chase along I-44 reaching speeds over 100 mph.
They say she tried to ditch the car and run on foot but was hit by a responding patrol car. Shelton was treated and released from a Tulsa hospital.
Shelton has been charged with endangering others while eluding police, possession of a stolen vehicle, driving under suspension, possession of a controlled drug and obstructing an investigation.