TULSA - Two women are behind bars after they led Tulsa County deputies on a high-speed chase down the L. L. Tisdale.
Deputies arrested 38-year-old Kimberly Crook for being in possession of a stolen vehicle and eluding deputies. 26-year-old Jennifer Patton was arrested for joyriding.
Police say a deputy on duty noticed the driver of a Honda driving suspiciously on 33rd West Avenue. The driver was allegedly dodging in and out of neighborhoods.
After a deputy followed the vehicle and ran the tag number it was discovered that the vehicle was stolen.
Police say the deputy called for backup and attempted to stop the driver, but she fled the scene exceeding speeds of 90 miles per hour.
Finally, the chase ended when Crook crashed into a vacant home near the Pine Street exit. Crook fled the scene, but deputies caught up with here and made the arrest.
Patton surrendered with no incident. There were no reports on injury.
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