TULSA, OKLAHOMA -- Tulsa Police officers arrested a driver they say led them on a high-speed chase through the city early Friday morning.
Police say 23-year-old Brandon Baker took off in his SUV near Apache and Yale after spotting a Tulsa Police officer.
Baker led officers to 11th and Lewis where his vehicle clipped the front end of a northbound car.
Baker continued on 11th, with his vehicle finally coming to a stop on fence post at 11th and Quaker.
Baker and an unidentified passenger ran away, but police officers were able to capture them.
Baker was booked into jail on a number of complaints including reckless driving and resisting arrest.
Police officers also recovered a .38-caliber handgun they say was thrown out of the SUV during the chase.