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High speed chase weaves thru 4 communities Wednesday morning

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The driver of a pickup truck led area law enforcement on a high speed chase in Tulsa and Rogers Counties Wednesday morning.

The driver weaved his way through at least 4 communities, before the suspect was stopped and arrested in Broken Arrow. Speeds, during the pursuit, reached at least 85 miles per hour.

Police from Tulsa, Owasso, Catoosa, Broken Arrow, and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol were involved in the pursuit.

The identity of the suspect has not been released and no one was injured during the pursuit.
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