TULSA - A man wanted on outstanding warrants led police on a high-speed chase through midtown and north Tulsa early Wednesday morning.
The silver sedan sped out of the parking lot at Kum & Go near 51st and Mingo. Police attempted a traffic stop but the driver refused to pull over.
Police say the chase reached at least 90 miles per hour at one point before ending outside the home of the driver's mother, who owns the car.
The man was arrested on several outstanding warrants as well as eluding officers.
Police say his three passengers were unwilling participants.
No one was injured during the chase.
The man has not been publicly identified.
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