Two Arrested Following Tulsa Meth Lab Bust, K-9 Officer Assault
TULSA, OK -- Two men were arrested Monday night after Tulsa Police discovered of a meth lab.
Police officers received a tip at about 11:30 p.m. in reference to a house in the 1200 block of South Richmond, the home of Rex Keltner.
Officers went to the home and saw Keltner leave the home. Officers then requested assistance in conducting a car stop.
A police officer and a K-9 officer located the vehicle at 8th and Utica. They say a three minute pursuit began at 2000 East 8th Street and ended at 2015 East 2nd Street.
Officers say Rex Keltner threw out components of a meth lab at 5th and Xanthus. Police say he ran from the vehicle into a house in the 2000 block of East 2nd Street.
Officers entered the house and located Rex Keltner. The Special Investigations Division was called in reference to the meth lab.
Wesley Millikin was transported by EMSA after choking the K-9 officer. He was bit multiple times and required stitches and staples, officers said.
Tulsa Police say Rex Keltner was arrested for endeavoring to manufacture Controlled Dangerous Substances, eluding, possession with intent to manufacture, possession of burglary tools, resisting arrest, possession over 9gms of Pseudo. and improper tag.
Wesley Millikin was arrested for possession of Controlled Dangerous Substances (meth 4g) with intent, possession of marijuana, resisting arrest and assault and battery on a police K-9.