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A pair of overnight chases keep Tulsa Police busy

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A long Tulsa Police chase ends with two people in custody.

The chase started near Newton and Sheridan when an officer tried to pull over a stolen car. The police helicopter helped in the pursuit, which eventually ended about 30 minutes later near 19th and Sheridan.

A man and a woman are in the Tulsa County jail; their names have not been released.

Another police chase kept officers busy early Tuesday in east Tulsa. Officers tried to stop a car at about 31st and Memorial around 2 AM. The suspects went into a nearby neighborhood, where six people ran off on foot.

4 suspects have been arrested, the other 2 got away. It turns out the car was stolen. The owner didn't know it until officers contacted him.
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