2 Tulsa men apprehended in KS after OHP pursuit

Posted at 9:22 AM, Feb 19, 2016
and last updated 2016-02-19 10:22:45-05

Two Tulsa men believed to be link to local crimes were apprehended by authorities in Kansas this week.

According to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Steven Kinman and Daniel Hall led authorities on a vehicle pursuit that started in Nowata County.

Kinman is allegedly linked to a possible carjacking and a bank robbery that occurred in Tulsa.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and Nowata County joined together in the pursuit that eventually ended on Highway 400.

OHP was able to use a tactical vehicle intercept, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, to subdue Kinman who was driving and Hall who was a passenger.

Both Kinman and Hall were transported to a nearby hospital and treated for injuries. The pair are now awaiting charges related to the vehicle pursuit.

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