Four Tulsans Arrested After Police Say Getaway Car Breaks Down
TULSA, Oklahoma - Four people were arrested after a police chase started around 4 p.m. at the Gordman's near 21st and Yale Saturday.
Police say three passengers ran into the store grabbed a handful of clothes and ran back to the car. After the theft, police say they sped away through residential neighborhoods at 60 mph.
The pursuit ended after the alleged thieves' vehicle broke down near 10th and Urbana. The TPD helicopter and K-9 united helped round them all up in someone's back yard.
Police arrested Adrian Dewayne Crisp, Lamisha Edmundson, Amber Edmundson and Jimmy LeRoy McBee. They say McBee, 22, was the driver. He is being held on a $15,000 bond for eluding and grand larceny - after former felony conviction, obstructing a police officer, no driver's license and no insurance.
Crisp was released on bond on a $2,500 bond for obstructing and officer and grand larceny. He was captured by a K-9 officer and bitten, the arresting officer states.
Lamisha Edmundson, 25, is being held on a $2,500 bond on complaints of grand larceny and obstructing an officer. Amber Lachelle Edmundson, 20, was booked on the same complaints plus some traffic offenses.
Prevention loss officers at Gordman's identified the three suspect who went inside the store, according to an arrest report.