Two men and a woman led police officers on a three-mile chase in east Tulsa on Thursday night that ended in their arrests.
The suspects are charged with several felonies, including possession of methamphetamine and possession of counterfeit currency.
Corporal Ehrenrich said officers were parked at the Tulsa Tech parking lot on 33rd Street and Memorial clearing a call when they heard a gunshot near the area.
Then, they saw a white F-150 truck speed by the college. They attempted to pull the driver, but he didn't stop and continued to speed.
Finally, the chase came to an end near 23rd Street and Garnett where the driver jumped out of the truck and tried to run away on foot.
Officers caught up with him and arrested him. The other two passengers stayed inside the truck and were arrested without incident.
Police identify the driver as Warren Baker, and the two passengers as Bryant Phillips and Nicole Williams. Baker also had an outstanding felony warrant for his arrest.
Police took them into custody at the Tulsa County Jail.
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