Police Recover Drugs, Counterfeit Cash After Tulsa Chase
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police recovered guns, meth and counterfeit cash after chasing a pickup Thursday night.
Officers say they were out on an unrelated call at 33rd and Memorial at about 11 p.m. when they heard a gunshot and saw a Ford pickup go by at a high rate of speed.
Police chased the truck heading east on Interstate 44. Police said they saw a gun thrown from the truck. The chase ended near a hotel near 23rd and Garnett.
Officers said the driver, Warren Baker, 31, got out and ran, but they arrested him. They also arrested his two passengers; Bryant Phillips, 26, and Nicole Williams, 25.
Officers said they found guns, meth and money -- both real and counterfeit -- in the truck. They also went back and recovered the gun thrown out of the truck.
They booked all three on complaints including trafficking in methamphetamine, possession of a firearm, eluding and possession of counterfeit currency.