Tulsa Deputy In Right Place At Right Time To Make Arrests

Thursday, January 8th 2015, 1:48 pm
By: News On 6

A police chase from Tulsa into Creek County ended in downtown Sapulpa Thursday morning with the arrest of three individuals.

It started when a Tulsa County Sheriff's deputy in an unmarked patrol car spotted a Honda Fit with a specialized plate reported stolen out of  Owasso as he pulled onto I-244 at Sheridan.

The Honda with a specialized plate was taken from the Owasso Public School's bus barn just before 8 a.m.

The deputy notified dispatchers and other deputies in marked patrol cars began a pursuit from I-244 onto Turner Turnpike where the Honda exited at 96st Street South and onto Frankhoma Road.

Sheriff's Captain Bill McKelvey said deputies used a roadblock at Main and Dewey in downtown Sapulpa to stop the car and took Correna Bible, 22, Rachael McEvoy, 27, and Michael Allen, 20, all of Tulsa into custody.